Most architects go into business so they can be ‘free’ to pursue a creative path of their choosing. The design ideology instilled in architects at university equips them with the tools to create great outcomes for society, but unfortunately doesn’t equip them with very many business management tools needed to create and run a great business.
Architects tend to look out at the world through a creative lens and many find out the hard way that the pursuit of excellence comes at a cost.
They quickly learn that the people they do business with, like builders and developers, are better at managing projects and are far more commercially savvy.
Custodian Backoffice Founder, David Dillon, spent over 10,000 hours as Finance Manager at Group GSA, during a period of extraordinary growth and left an enduring mark on the financial management of the business. He knows the problems and has the solutions to fix them.
Within weeks of engagement David has listened, learned, and analysed key facets of our business - and provided a clear set of valuable and actionable recommendations directly linked to improving results across the board
- Tom Hansen Co-Managing Director, Scott Carver
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