COLUMBUS, Ohio – April 13, 2020 – Ryan Niddel, business optimization specialist, discovers the hidden dangers of the Coronavirus stimulus package for businesses under $50M in revenue, and warns that the SBA loan will not save their business.
“If you are planning on the government loan to save your business, you might as well shut your doors for good. Business owners who think beyond their traditional business operations, and take immediate decisive action on growth initiatives, will dominate their industry in the long run,” Ryan Niddel shares.
1 in 6 Small Business Administration loans fail according to data provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration. From 2006 through 2015 17.4% of all SBA loans went into default, which includes the previous stimulus package of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Currently Niddel’s firm (LIONS Consulting) clients are rapidly swallowing up market share by implementing a series of simple, but impactful, steps that create business growth in a constricted market. Focusing on newly established client acquisition strategies, creating operational efficiencies that increase net profit and using proven time management systems has created the ideal situation for continued client business growth.
A client of Niddel’s has been quoted as saying “He has completely changed how I run my business.” She continues on, “I have revamped (streamlined) my systems and processes, lowered my personal workload, and have had several successful product launches.”
A company spokesperson noted, Niddel has dedicated the last 15 years of his life to optimizing businesses that range from pre-revenue startups to $200M a year enterprises. He is also the founder of one of the fastest growing consulting companies in Ohio called LIONS consulting, which recently helped a $1m a year client optimize their operations for an 8 figure exit.
To learn more about Ryan Niddel or Lions Consulting, or to schedule an interview with Ryan Niddel please call (614) 233-1169 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out Ryan Niddel’s website at http://RyanNiddel.com.