Better Business + Better Profits Equals Having More + Giving More

Better Business + Better Profits Equals Having More + Giving More

Feb 02, 2018

Building a better business will be the theme of a networking series being organised by EACH.

The charity is to host four seminars, with discussion to be led by Andrew Kureishy of ActionCOACH, a world leader in business coaching.

The first session will take place between 9am and 1.15pm on Friday, 9 March. It will be based on the equation Better Business + Better Profits = Having More + Giving More.

Among key takeaways will be the six steps to building a better business that work, so you don’t have to.

The other three seminars in the series will take place on Friday, 8 June, Friday, 21 September and Friday, 18 January next year. All will take place in a seminar room at the back of our Milton hospice and include a buffet lunch.

Business owners, senior managers and other corporate supporters who want to attend will be asked to donate £100 per delegate to us. ActionCOACH will match the first ten donations.

For further details email or call 01223 800765. To book, visit

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