Paul Clarke, North West regional director of UK Business Mentoring, will host a free seminar – The Secrets Of Growing a Business To Sell – at the Manchester office of Investec Wealth & Management, 3 Hardman Street, Spinningfields, Manchester, on Wednesday, November 15.
The event will take place between 8.30am and 10.30am. For further details and a FREE ticket visit http://bit.ly/ukbmnw
Paul has joined the board of UK Business Mentoring (UKBM) to lead the consultancy’s work in the North West region supporting ambitious entrepreneurs, directors and business owners.
Originally from Salford and now living in Bury, Mr Clarke worked across the North West region and North Wales for Royal Bank of Scotland and Future Williams & Glyn before joining UKBM.
He said: “It was a great privilege to support so many customers during my banking career and I am now excited to be able to share the benefits of my experience with ambitious North West business owners.
“The free UK Business Mentoring seminar that I will be hosting for North West entrepreneurs will provide an insight into the key ingredients for business growth. The UKBM approach has been tremendously successful in the south of England and I am delighted to be leading their activities in the North West”
UKBM typically supports owner-managed businesses with turnover of between £1m and £25m seeking significant growth. It provides strategic assistance and support in restructuring businesses in preparation for a sale.
Clients are offered a fee free initial consultation to discuss specific issues that business owners may need help with; strategic aims; and challenges. UKBM does not have a minimum ‘tie in’ period for clients and pledges – no added value no cost.
"The free UK Business Mentoring seminar that I will be hosting for North West entrepreneurs will provide an insight into the key ingredients for business growth. "
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