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We promise to work shoulder-to-sloulder with you
integratng innovative approach and deep expertise to deliver real results.
At MUHASBA, we support clients as they review operations and undertake transformation journeys to stay ahead in a competitive environment. MUHASBA has designed and developed a business transformation program that provides the insights and customized solutions needed to guide organizations through their transformation journey. Combining sector- and geography-specific experience with leading practice, we help organizations identify major failure points and devise solutions to overcome them.

MUHASBA’s business transformation solutions address all elements of your business – from strategy, operating models and processes to organization and technology enablement. MUHASBA has developed proprietary tools, methodologies and practices which provide critical insights from comparable entities in each sector, enabling clients to pick and choose leading practice.
Plan with Muhasba 

Creating a business is a huge undertaking. It's not a simple path, and often includes details you may never have considered.

Test your idea and study the market

Estimate the capital and funding source

Business setup and formation

Business work plan

Bring an accountant on board

Run your business on proper ERP software

Get legal and tax advice

Branding your business

Adopt quality system

Manual your business operations

Hire staff and outsourcing business process

Prepare exit plan

Grow with Muhasba 

Trees do not bear fruit in a day, applies here. Just because you open a business doesn't mean that you're going to immediately start making money. It takes time to let people know who you are, so stay focused on achieving your short-term goals.

Promote your business

Keep audited details

Understand the risks

Prepare governance policies and rights matrix

Research and developing market

Capital raising

Franchising

Board reporting,cash flow and forecasting

File VAT and excise tax return

Schedule general assembly meeting

Prepare financial statements

Keep record of ultimate beneficial owners

Keep record of economic substance regulation

Screening of sanctions lists and track suspicious transactions

Exit by Muhasba

Fifty percent of small businesses fail within the first five years; 90 percent to 95 percent fail within the first 10.

Determine temporary shutdown point

Restructuring

Business valuation

Partnering

Selling a business

Merger or acquisition

Deregistration,closure and and liquidation