|Date:||Wednesday 30th Sep 2020|
|Time:||16:00 - 17:00|
Join this free online event in partnership with Dell Technologies, as we discuss growth strategies for small business owners.
During the event, our panellists will be answering key questions on business growth, including how to identify when you are in a good position to grow, and how best to manage finances to get the resources needed to grow.
Our panellists will also be giving their advice on planning ahead and offering top tips to enable successful business growth!
Please send any questions you'd like our panellists to answer to firstname.lastname@example.org - we'll get through as many as we can during the event!
5:00pm: Welcome from Emma Jones, Founder of Enterprise Nation
5:05pm: Panel discussion, moderated by Emma Jones
5:30pm: Audience Q&A
6:00pm: Event closes
Louise Hill, Co-founder & CEO, gohenry
Louise co-founded gohenry in 2012 along with two other parents, when she realised that her children, now aged 18 and 21, needed to learn how to manage their money in an increasingly digital world. Fast forward seven years and gohenry now has a community of over 1 million active users in the US & UK who fiercely believe that good money management is a vital life skill.
Becky Upton, Business Coach, Business Doctors
Becky is a business advisor and mentor - delivering hands on support for SME business owners to achieve their goals and ambitions. In her own words, Becky is not your 'stereotypical' business coach. She's a woman with proven business acumen, dislikes hard sales, is personable and genuinely wants small business owners to succeed!
Zachary Quinn, Managing Director, GQ Consulting
Zachary set up GQ Consulting in 2018 as he wanted to use his expertise in finance and banking to support enterpreneurial businesses to grow. With specialist knowledge in forecasting, enhanced controls, corporate and personal tax , cashflow and business strategy, GQ Consulting provides the finance engine to grow and the strategy to succeed.
Mike Turner, Co-founder, Bird and Blend Tea Co.
Back in 2012, Bird & Blend started out in a bedroom belonging to the parents of co-founder Krisi Smith. The couple spotted a gap in the market for innovative tea blends and borrowed a £25,000 loan from the government to open their first shop in Brighton. Eight years on, the pair now own eight stores across the UK as well as a flourishing online business. Despite having to temporarily close all stores during lockdown, the company is stronger than ever and about to embark on an aggressive business expansion plan.
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