In my consulting practice, confidentiality is a natural instinct. Your financials, your intellectual property and capital, and your marketing and sales strategies go nowhere when you work with me. For how long? Forever.
Talk is cheap. Words on a website are cheap too. If you want to quiz any of my clients on the matter of confidentiality, let me know.
- I never share your financial data with anyone without your express written permission. That’s right, I’ll want your approval in an email when I go over your financials with your banker. This core value applies while you are my client and when I’m no longer working with you.
- You possess unique know-how in the areas of marketing, sales, and operations. Unless you make those public on your website, I never share that information with anyone.
- I’m sure I’ve left something out. I err on the side of common sense and the golden rule. Your privacy is my concern, and that’s something I take seriously and never joke about.
I own many proprietary frameworks. My frameworks are yours for anyone in your company. All I ask is that you not share those without my input. You will be exposed to many tools and constructs that even some of the largest consulting firms do not possess. It took me years to create some of these tools, and I ask in return you apply the same standards of confidentiality as I do with you.
Mark Gandy – G3CFO Founder