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About KC Rhino
Finding a marketing strategy that sets your business apart can be a challenge. It’s tough to see weaknesses in your own plan when you’re looking at it so closely. KC Rhino helps you to take a broader view and see the big picture to help you maximize growth, achieve greater customer satisfaction, and find the marketing and branding tools that will have the greatest impact.
To learn about KC Rhino means learning about our team. We have assembled an impressive collection of experts in many fields, including:
We bring our collective expertise to each of our clients using a variety of tools and one-on-one sessions to help you maximize your business’ potential. With an initial investment of just $1,000, you’ll have access to the tools and advice you need to get—and stay—on the path to success.
KC Rhino’s process will guide you from planning through managing your new-found success and continued growth. We provide goal planning, marketing & branding, and coaching & training services that are fully customized to suit your business. You’ll love the process and the results.
Contact us today to learn more about our business consulting firm and to schedule your initial consultation with a member of our team. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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Rhino Certified Businesses will be given the “Rhino Seal of Trust” to place on their uniforms.
Are you that contractor that runs around town all day, crawling in attics, digging ditches or some other undesirable task? Well, isn’t it about time that you start running your business instead of working in your business? Isn’t it about time you started working on your business instead of working inside your business?
For eighteen years, I was that guy. I drove around in a truck making service calls in hot ceilings attics or in hot garages replacing electric panels. It was just me and a helper. I made a decent living, I did. But all day long I was working and sweating, sometimes in the middle of the day I would throw another shirt on, run across town to go do an estimate and then come back and throw my work shirt on and finish the job.