Entrepreneurship guru teams up with Barclays to help businesses to be more successful
Business expert Robert Craven has partnered with Barclays Bank (http://www.barclays.co.uk ) to run a further 20 free workshops throughout the UK during October and November to help businesses set themselves up to increase their profit and improve their marketing.
John Davis, marketing director for local business at Barclays says, “ Our research shows that eight in 10 small business owners want to dedicate more time on developing their business; this workshop will certainly help delegates to do exactly that and focus on building a successful and profitable business.”
Robert Craven, who will be delivering the workshops, says, “The Let’s Talk Bright Marketing and Let’s Talk More Profit (http://www.barclays.co.uk/seminars/moreprofit/) workshops are a brilliant opportunity to step back, think about what you are trying to do and start to make decisions that will fundamentally improve the profitability of your business.”
For small businesses interested in attending they should call 0800 515 462 or visit.
Where the 20 workshops are being held:
Lets Talk More Profit, The Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, 5th October 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Gwynedd, North Wales, 10th October 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Swansea, 11th October 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Milton Keynes, 13th October 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Plymouth, 16th October 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing (http://www.barclays.co.uk/seminars/brightmarketing/ ), Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, 19th October 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing, London, 31st October 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Dartford, Kent, 2nd November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Warrington, 3rd November 2006
Lets More Talk Profit, Birmingham, 8th November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Irthlingborough, Northants, 9th November 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing, Peterborough, 10th November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Slough, Berkshire, 14th November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Maidstone, 16th November 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing, Leeds, 17th November 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing, Dudley, 22nd November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Preston, 23rd November 2006
Lets Talk Bright Marketing, Darlington, North Yorkshire, 24th November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Edinburgh, 28th November 2006
Lets Talk More Profit, Bournemouth, Dorset, 30th November 2006
Customers can find out more about starting a business (http://www.business.barclays.co.uk ) on the website or by visiting their local Barclays branch.
What delegates from a seminar run earlier in the year had to say: Nigel Burton from Freebird New Media, who attended the Preston workshop says: ”The most important idea we implemented from the seminar was talking to customers about what they did and didn’t like about Freebird – this was definitely a pain barrier in some cases, but has improved the relationship with existing customers dramatically... we get a significant portion of our increased turnover from those customers. In addition, we binned some of our more difficult, high maintenance clients leaving us free to invest more time and energy into the ones who treated us with more respect. Last year we were £150,000 turnover – we look set to double that this year and to hit the half a million mark by year end ‘07.”
Lesley Lant of Perennial, a marketing consultancy in east London, said: ”From your initial idea of asking for more business our invoicing to one key client increased by 50%”.
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