Accelerate your manufacturing business profitability
Coaching and consulting to turbocharge your growth and efficiency
Helping manufacturers all over Australia do 3 things:
- Accelerate their growth rate
- Become more efficient
- Make substantially more profit
Our client results over the last 3 years:
- Average revenue growth of 223%
- Average gross profit margin improvement of 3.1%
- Average operating profit growth of 488%
- Average operating profit margin improvement of 10.3%
"Most Australian manufacturers are sitting on a gold mine of untapped potential and profit which I can uncover.”
~ Wayne Griffiths
Let us help your business to:
Accelerate your growth rate
Increasing revenue often means increased expenses, complications, and stress. We work closely with you to grow strategically and sustainably, minimise growing pains, create an A grade team, and improve your profit margins as you grow.
Generate more profit
Raffino offers a 360-degree approach to boosting your manufacturing business.
Since 2004, Raffino owner Wayne Griffiths has worked closely with family-run manufacturing businesses to quickly and accurately identify problems and implement solutions that bring exponential results. Unlike other business coaches or consultancies, you’re never tied into a long contract because we want to keep proving our value to you.
Despite this, our clients stay with us for many years. Why? Because they can see how their investment in Raffino generates a significant return, as revenue and profits increase substantially. Raffino clients enjoy exceptional service, high access to Raffino owner, Wayne Griffiths, regular progress check-ins, and ongoing coaching and mentoring. Raffino helps clients to skilfully interpret financial reports and master the art of making smart decisions, knowing when and where to invest capital, and measuring the results of actions taken.
In short, we deliver outstanding results.
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