Michigan's Amerivest Group has nearly three decades experience in working with entities in a diverse range of industries to enhance operational efficiency, market savvy and profitability.
Football teams always talk about having the right game plan for the contest ahead. It's no different in today's business world, where direction is everything. To be successful, it is essential to formulate the right strategy, given one's financial and human resources, one's core capabilities and the competitive environment.
Michigan's Amerivest Group understands, as it has nearly three decades experience in working with entities in a diverse range of industries to enhance operational efficiency, market savvy and profitability.
"More than ever, the success of a business depends on the right strategic direction and the ability to execute and deliver on key milestones," says Amerivest Group founder and CEO Brian Palmer, who possesses executive-level experience and accomplishments in real estate development, construction management, manufacturing, emerging technologies, venture capital formation and related financing.
Finding the Right Strategy. Palmer adds that Amerivest Group is uniquely positioned to provide an array of capabilities to review or design strategic initiatives. Amerivest Group can draw on an experienced and seasoned group of consultant executives who have "been there and done that." This group employs a well-tested process to help each stakeholder in an entity bring its strength and ability to the company. Moreover, in many cases, Amerivest Group can enable or expedite access to increasingly important international markets and provide targeted access to government agencies, lobbyists, and regulatory forums.
In helping companies formulate the "Right Strategy," Amerivest Group can also assist with the measurement and assessment of operational effectiveness and aid them in reducing expenses, while simultaneously improving the quality of their services and customer support.
"We help position each new initiative to deliver the maximum benefit in the shortest time. This means a relentless commitment to focusing on the key objectives and engaging an accountability structure to ensure all parties deliver the results in the expected time frame," adds Palmer, who is also active in philanthropic and civic affairs, both nationally and in Michigan, where he served in the State House of Representatives (36th District) from 2002 to 2008. During that time, Palmer served four years as Majority Whip and, also, chaired the House Education Committee for four years.