Business Startup Consulting

Start Your Business!

Starting a business is not easy, and it will require you to make several key decisions. Often times, businesses do not quickly turn a profit and the owner may not be able to afford their own salary. A necessary step to determine in your business plan is how much funding you will have and how long it will last. A wisely prepared business plan will help you structure your budget, what your business can afford, and for how long. You will also need to understand your competition. Understanding the difference between your company and your competitors’ companies is key to setting yourself apart from them.


Take your business to the next level!


Financial analysis, Marketing, advertising and sales, Social media and websites, Pricing products and services


Disaster preparedness, Strategic planning, Lean manufacturing, Capital formation


Expanding locations and products, Business valuations, Rebranding and retooling, Exit strategies

What Startup Consultants Can Do?

There are several reasons why business startup owners should consider hiring consultants. Apart from providing management consulting services to help businesses improve their performance and efficiency, consultants also offer a wide range of services, including the following:

  • Business Start Up Building and Consulting
  • Non Profits
  • Education Platforms and Teaching Platforms
  • Community Development
  • Specialty Advertising
  • Personal Marketing
  • Problem Solving
  • Development
  • Fundraising
  • Disaster Mitigation Education
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Tailored Expertise in the Business Industry

Starting a business has many challenges. Thus, many entrepreneurs are now taking advantage of startup business consulting services since it will get them to the next level and make a profit with minimum risk of failure.

Get the information you need to start your business right

Start Smart

The John Allison Group offers business consulting and training that maximizes the economic potential of entrepreneurs. Our mission is to help existing and new businesses grow and prosper. Our goal at the John Allison Group is to help emerging and existing entrepreneurs gain control of their business operations.We strive to help grow and start businesses.


Frequently Asked Questions

We do our absolute best to make you successful, nevertheless, it’s worthy of consideration that you are, and will be owners, and the leaders of your start-up. So at the end, it depends on you and your work ethics, and your resilience.
Before you quit your job or print business cards, it is wise to take stock of personal considerations. Ask yourself: Do I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Am I a risk-taker? Am I resourceful and organized? Can I support myself and my family financially when cash may be short? Will my family and friends be supportive during the start-up process? Am I knowledgeable and experienced enough in my chosen field? If the answer to any of these questions is “no,” you may want to focus on self evaluation and development before proceeding. If most of your answers are “yes,” then it is time to do some research! Get as much information as you can on the feasibility of your idea and on the real experience of starting and managing any business. You can do this by: Accessing business publications and data from the library. Taking seminars and workshops. Speaking to trade or professional groups which represent your chosen industry. Consulting with people who are already in the same or similar line of business. Seeking advice from professional consultants.
Our experienced business consultants will sit down with you one-on-one to assist with: Business plan development, Loan packages, Financial analysis,, Sales strategy Business education & training, Marketing.
Obviously, there are specific requirements in each state, county and locality, but it is possible to list the kinds of basic licenses and registrations a new business will need: Local — A business license from city, town or county is usually necessary, in addition to meeting zoning laws, building codes and similar regulations. State — In most states, if your business isn’t a corporation and your full name isn’t in the name of the business, you’ll have to register under what’s called the fictitious name law, and you should also file for a sales and use tax number. In some lines of business specific licenses are needed. Federal — You will need to request from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) an employer’s identification number (EIN). Also consider requesting a “Going Into Business Tax Kit”.
Each form — sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability corporation — has its advantages and disadvantages. The one you should pick depends on your circumstances, including: Your financial condition The line of business you’re entering The number of employees The risk involved Your tax situation


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8620 North New Braunfels Suite 533
San Antonio, TX 78217


(210) 202-8181