The business consulting market is booming today, thanks to the global push towards online teaching in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. It is a multi-billion-dollar industry that already had online education poised to expand post-2020. Consulting is a booming field now, with many companies insisting on individual training for all their clients from highly trained business mentor like Javid Niazi-Hoffmann. He is a well-known top business mentor with a thriving coaching business and has already helped thousands of coaches and experts to build or scale successfully their business. With his valuable expertise, he also advises several prominent personalities in German-speaking countries.
Recent years have seen a massive change in the coaching and consulting market. Because everything is online now, the shift towards e-learning has created new concepts and techniques. Business coaches need to understand and teach these new concepts if they are to keep their businesses running. “Back when I joined this market, teaching online was more simple. But now, the market has become very competitive. There are new tricks, concepts, and unique methods to learn, grow, and expand knowledge. The consulting industry is evolving rapidly, and it’s truly brilliant,” added Javid. This pandemic has catalyzed the paradigm shift. Rather than having a negative impact, it has turned out to be a boon. “This is merely an opportunity for consultants and coaches to diversify and strategize,” said Javid.
Today Javid Niazi-Hoffmann is a widely respected and successful business coach. Previously, he used to work as a consultant for several DAX listed companies before quitting his job to start his business full-time. He never looked back. His coaching and consultant business is fixed on developing such businesses in German-speaking countries. As part of his coaching business, he trains potential clients to create and sustain a business as coaches, get clients online to coach or to consult for, and earn 6-7 figures in their coaching and consulting businesses.
It’s not just a matter of teaching anymore; even the teachers have to be educated now. Thankfully, Javid Niazi-Hoffmann stays ahead of the curve by being adept at his business administration skills.