Small and Medium Enterprises.

Mentor Coach Partners delivers comprehensive advice and support to small and medium-sized businesses. We help owners start, run, grow and succeed in business by offering advise and tailored programs for learning on the job.

Our Services

We offer comprehensive advice and support to small and medium-sized businesses. We help owners start, run, grow and succeed in business by offering advise and knowledge development through tailored programs for learning on the job. We do this by firstly getting to know your culture and values and understanding your business, vision and goals. Then, we identify areas in which you need to develop knowledge. We proceed by working with you to design a learning path that will enhance your for knowledge in these areas. Then we deliver our learning program through group lectures, coaching sessions, one-on-one mentoring sessions, in structured and informal settings. We often combine face-to-face sessions with self-paced online learning courses to deliver our skill development solutions when and where you need them most. Finally, we work with you to assess the impact and effect of our program and to also integrate knowledge management in your business environment in order to make learning a continuing process.

Services for small and medium businesses

Work With Us

Mentor Coach Partners can help you manage and develop your knowledge. We will help you increase your existing knowledge by identifying areas in which you need improvement. We will then concentrate on enhancing your skills and knowledge in those areas. We will work with you to build a culture in which knowledge is shared and valued across your business. We will make sure that knowledge management, acquisition and distribution is a continuing process, so that it becomes central to your business' strategy.

To talk to us about how we can help you achieve your goals, click here to contact us.

What Are Small Businesses?


Small businesses and non-profits play an important role in our society and are vital to the success of the economy. They provide economic stability for owners and their families, for their employees and ultimately, as they serve the requirements of larger businesses, for the large enterprises as well.


SMEs have the advantage of being close to their clients, which allows them to provide a personal touch to their service. They are able to build strong relationships with customers, employees, suppliers and everyone that they interact with. Maintaining and developing these relationships is as important as growing the business.


SMEs are flexible and easily adapt to changes. Small companies have a flatter structure, which allows managers to reach a quick decision and respond flexibly to problems. They can quickly test and introduce new ideas, technologies and innovations. This independence combined with the right conditions is the key to success.

Knowledge = Success

Having the right knowledge is important when growing your business. Your company already has access to an extensive pool of knowledge - it is in the experience of your employees, it is in the designs and processes for your goods and services, it is in your understanding of customers' needs and the business environment, it is in your plans for future activities, ideas for new products, services, etc. The way your business gathers, shares and exploits this knowledge is central to your ability to develop successfully. Spend some time on managing and developing this knowledge effectively and your business will benefit directly from it. Some possible outcomes:

  • An improvement in the goods or services you offer and the processes that you use to sell them,
  • Increased customer satisfaction because you have a greater understanding of their requirements through feedback from customer communications,
  • Improved staff productivity, because employees are able to benefit from the shared knowledge, feel more appreciated and get things done quickly,
  • Increased business efficiency, by making better use of in-house expertise.

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