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The ONE thing that successful business owners have in common

October 20th, 2018

It’s easy to think that super successful business owners are born that way – the likes of Bill Gates, Alan Sugar, Richard Branson. But great leaders aren’t just born that way; they’ve learnt how to be successful, and the ONE thing they have in common that makes them so successful is  that they have a goal… a vision… or a ‘WHY’ as Simon Sinek describes in his best-selling book, Start with Why.
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The 5 Ways to Grow Your Business

August 16th, 2018

When thinking about growing their business, most business owners will focus on increasing the number of customers, selling more products or services and making more profits.  But if they try and achieve that, they are destined to fail.  Why?  Simply because they are concentrating on the end results, and not on the factors that they can actually have an effect on.  I’ll explain below! Read the rest of this entry »

Join Global Thought Leaders and Take Your Business to the Next level…

April 10th, 2018

At the The 2018 Business Excellence Forum and Awards

On the 26th and 27th of April, the ACC BT Convention Centre in Liverpool will play host to the largest Business Excellence Forum and Awards in history. The 2-day forum is designed to deliver the best, most effective and highest ROI business strategies to business owners and entrepreneurs, their teams and their clients and well as joining together to share ideas and build new relationships.

This year, The Business Excellence Forum will play host to 8 world-class speakers including Baroness Karren Brady, Sharon Lechter, Kenny Dalglish and Brad Sugars. Filling our programme with topics ranging from increasing sales, cash flow and profitability to leadership, team building, systems development and the design of predictive business models that guarantee success. You will leave with multiple actions to grow your business, start your business or create change within your workplace.

But it’s not all work and no play! As well as learning from the keynote speakers, you are also invited to attend the black-tie awards dinner on the Thursday 26th April. The Business Excellence Awards exists to recognise and honour the innovation, passion, risk-taking and results of some of the best companies and business owners around the world. Sixteen awards are given out ranging from Best Company Culture through to CEO of the Year and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. This is a celebratory evening, giving you a well-earned chance to relax and wind down after an intense day.

Here’s what a couple of last year’s attendees had to say about the Business Excellence Forum:

“It’s been an excellent conference that has given us the tools to transform our business.” – Renee Mcckay, Tax Assist Accountants

“This is a truly excellent conference – educational, inspirational, motivating and fun!”  – Michelle Roberts, The Creative Marketer

No Quibble Guaranteed Value for You…

… Attending The UK Business Excellence Form & Awards may just be the most PROFITABLE decision you could ever make for your business!

We’re so confident you’ll be delighted you attended, we’re happy to guarantee you’ll get great value or we will refund you your ticket price in full!  And we’re also so keen for you to experience the benefits for yourself, that we’re happy to offer you a saving of over £100 on your ticket … just contact us to ask for the the Promotional Booking Code.

The event is filling up fast, so book your place ASAP via the following link!


More information about the Business Excellence Forum is available here.

Why Culture is the Foundation of a Great Business

March 28th, 2017

The ability to attract, retain and develop a successful team is absolutely vital if a business is to grow.  In fact, for some smaller businesses, being unable to build a good team prevents any growth at all.  I regularly hear comments like “I employed people once but it was a nightmare, what with all the regulations and tax implications and the need to supervise and train them, so I got rid of them and am happier on my own.” Read the rest of this entry »