RubyStar Associates specialises in supporting small businesses, social enterprises and charities to apply a bit of big business thinking to their organisation.
If you've ever wondered if the things you spend your time on, the things you worry about, or the way you do things is normal - we can tell you!
We support organisations to: maintain their momentum, increase their sales, improve their processes and make more of the opportunities which surround them. As well as lots of experience of supporting lots of small businesses, social enterprises and charities, our team of experienced consulters have also worked for some of the biggest companies in the UK (including Sainsburys, Virgin, Nokia, WHSmith, Balfour Beatty, Enterprise, BT, and Volkswagen).
We can show you how you can apply the tools and techniques which big businesses use in a way which is practical, manageable, affordable and valuable to your organisation.
We love to help organisations flourish.
Isla is awesome! She recently spent time coaching me & helped me to focus on a number of issues. She is extremely knowledgeable & perceptive, & very easy to work with - exactly the right kind of help I needed for myself & my business. I'll definitely take part in 1 of her courses in the near future!
WOW! What can I say about Isla apart from I cannot recommend her and sing her praises highly enough! I was particularly impressed with Isla’s knowledge and experience and this shines through every minute she is speaking. Isla is very innovative and very creative and value for money. I have no hesitation in recommending her- in fact I already have recommended her to several people!
I had a Business Model generation session with Isla - very valuable and insightful. Isla provides great advice and helped me to create a model which will generate results much quicker than we would have otherwise. I'd recommend her without hesitation to any business that wants better results.
|Last online||13th Jul 2012|
|Member since||1st Feb 2010|
|Number of testimonials||6|
|4N ranking||77672 in the UK|