Elmbridge Business Network – 10 Critical Actions Businesses Can Take To Survive & Thrive
Ten critical actions to take right now to ensure your business doesn’t just survive, but will thrive coming through this emergency.
FREE WEBINAR – Event organised by Elmbridge Business Network (Elmbridge Borough Council).
This free online webinar led by Sanjiv Dodhia, Business Growth Specialist with Action Coach, will help you take control of your business and make the right decisions now to ensure your business is ready to move forward as we emerge from this crisis.
With over 30 years experience developing businesses, including 4 major recessions, Sanjiv will share the top ten actions you can take now to help your business get through this uncertain time, adapt and prepare to come out ahead.
From startups finding new customers, existing businesses safeguarding cashflow, growing sales, adapting business models and managing remote teams – all businesses are facing difficult challenges.
The practical advice on offer in our free webinar can help you face the future with confidence with access to one of London’s and Surrey’s leading business specialists.
Join us for the webinar for 60 minutes and then take advantage of the Q&A after to ask Sanjiv any questions you may have about your key business issue or opportunity.
Date: Friday 29 May 2020
Online webinar: Live webinar on Zoom (joining details will be sent out to participants 3 days before the masterclass)
Time: 11am to 12noon – Sanjiv will be available in a Q&A with participants for 30 mins after the presentation
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CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THIS PROJECT
If you have any questions about this event please contact Doug Perkins, Economic Development Officer
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Telephone: 01372 474176
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Delegates’ details will be held by Elmbridge Borough Council and Sanjiv Dodhia, ActionCoach. Each participant will be able to access a free follow-up coaching session with Sanjiv Dodhia. No information on individual businesses will be released and all information will be processed in accordance with GDPR and the Data Protection Act 1998.