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Building Homes


Growing startups are so distracted solving problems, they have

no time to successfully scale (and over 80% of all startups fail).


Build Scale Grow will quickly resolve burning issues, triage needs,

and install long-term solutions to help you expand effectively.

What is your story?

In the acclaimed film "Slumdog Millionaire", the main character Jamal Malik progresses through a game show with challenging questions based on his tough upbringing. He faced lots of troubles, even passing through an outhouse (in the worst way possible) to survive, and his experience is rewarded in the end.

Our hard-won experience may not be the same as the movie character, but as entrepreneurs and small business experts, we know the thrill and the challenges of growing a company quickly with limited resources, market pressures, client and team issues, and stakeholder pressure. Our experts have been there before and offer precise guidance.

Should we work together?

Our team consists of experienced entrepreneurs, leaders, and operators who have started their own companies and worked for founders much of their career. We understand your challenges. If these values and initiatives resonate with you, let's talk:

  • Collaborate with experienced entrepreneurs who offer clear expectations and deliverables

  • Convert challenges into growth by taking an optimistic approach to solving problems

  • Extinguish fires (resolve burning issues) while also installing fireproofing (scale and grow effectively)

  • Learn to prevent and mitigate the unknown risks which threaten to upset all you built

  • Build best practices and processes with experts who respect your vision and culture

To get a better idea of what we have done for clients, check out our Case Studies page

How do you help clients?

We start by understanding your vision, values, constraints, and concerns.


After we define and prioritize your needs, we define the deliverables and timeline to succeed.


We know that what works in one environment does not necessarily work in another. We believe in controlled experimentation to explore new ideas (while mitigating risk) and measure progress in order to learn together how to move forward.

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