The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners by Rich Allen

Business owners today are constantly faced with difficult challenges and eight of ten new businesses will not survive the first five years. Competition is difficult and building a sustainable, profitable business is arguably the most challenging sport in all of business today. In The Ultimate Business Tune Up Rich Allen combines the experiences of his father’s own small business, his personal experiences running and growing a business, and his learning from advising hundreds of small business owners into a powerful, step-by-step guide for small business owners everywhere. Rich introduces a model that is both easy to understand and powerful when used to make strategic business decisions.

About the Author

Rich Allen works one-to-one with small business owners to tackle the issues and obstacles that face business owners today. He works directly with the business owner to create a business that is built on a solid foundation, has a unique marketplace position, harnesses the power of their business chassis, is grounded in repeatable processes, driven by a high-performance team, and lead by a visionary leader.

Prior to becoming a small business advisor in 2007, he was a Captain in the U.S. Army, VP HR with Texas Instruments, and VP HR then Division President/COO with Pella Corporation where he led the Entry Systems Division of the company. Rich is a proud Rotarian and serves on several boards including Genesis Elevator Company, Atlanta, GA, and ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship Charity, McKinney, TX and the Frisco Chamber of Commerce in Frisco, TX.

Rich holds a B.S. in Accounting from Arizona State University and an MBA in International Business from the University of Texas at Dallas. Rich published his first book, “Tour de Profit – a 52 Stage Race to Grow Your Business” in 2011. He hosts a weekly radio show on KVGI Radio and has an iOS App for small business owners titled “Ultimate Business Tune Up”.

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