Norwich, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 01, 2008 -- Business troubleshooting experts at Johnson-Young Associates are holding out an olive branch to struggling start-ups and small businesses with the launch of their new troubleshooting service designed to help those at crises or near crises times to achive stability and realise their growth potential.
Launched on 1st October, http://www.troubleshooters.org.uk can provide critical crunch-saving services specifically designed for small businesses ranging from recovering struggling projects right through to âcrisesâ management and strategies for survival.
The unique service was devised by Johnson-Youngâs award-winning founder Phil Young, who wanted to bring his wealth of knowledge and expertise as a top-level executive to the SME market that does not have the finances to afford the expensive troubleshooting services, which are readily available to larger organizations.
Young believes that as 2007 saw business start-ups at their highest level for 20 years, there could potentially be over 470,000 fledgling businesses who may be struggling to cope with ever tightening market conditions and donât have the expertise to steer their business through the troubles.
âAt uncertain times such as this we are seeing more and more small and medium size businesses start to experience near or actual crisis situations and the continuing credit crunch is placing even more pressure on smaller businesses that have less available cash than their larger counterparts to survive the dipsâ, says Phil, who has built three successful businesses from the ground up and understands the pressure start-up businesses in particular will be currently facing.
âI am pleased to say that Johnson-Young are responding to this issue by making available some very unique, personalised and above all affordable troubleshooting services to help small businesses not only get through problem times, but better position them so that they can look forward to a brighter and more stable futureâ, adds Phil.
For more information visit http://www.troubleshooters.org.uk