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London South Bank University

Making Your Business Work for You: How to Create Your Game Plan for Success

Moving from passion to profit in business is not always easy. That’s why it’s so important you have a game plan to turn your top goals into reality.

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Making Your Business Work for You: How to Create Your Game Plan for Success

Time & Location

22 May 2019, 09:30 – 13:30

London South Bank University, 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN, UK

About The Event

Making Your Business Work for You: How to Create Your Game Plan for Success

Moving from passion to profit in business is not always easy. That’s why it’s so important you have a game plan to turn your top goals into reality. And, would you believe it, to create that game plan all you need is the answer to six, key questions?

This workshop covers:

The ‘who, what, why’ questions you need to ask so that your products and services appeal directly to your target customers

Your core business values and how these contribute to effective brand development

Action planning to move from where you are now, to where you want to be

Identify the skills you need to develop to get your business from passion to profit

Prepared and Delivered by:

After a highly successful, 20-year career in the Information Industry Kathy Ennis has been running her own business for 18 years; a company that utilises her expertise in business development, strategic planning, branding and online and offline engagement marketing.

Kathy has designed and delivered training, mentoring and learning programmes to a wide variety of SMMEs and organisations across the UK and in Europe.

Kathy is currently delivering a series of business growth and marketing workshops for Barking Enterprise Centre; and recently created a marketing training programme for the charity, Friends of the Elderly; and, after becoming one of only eight Facebook Certified #SheMeansBusiness Trainers in the UK, Kathy worked across the UK with Enterprise Nation and Facebook to deliver training to 10,000 women in 2017, a project that has been extended and expanded into 2018.

Previous corporate clients include Enterprise Nation, Specsavers, McDonalds, PRIME, The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Sainsbury Management Fellows, Constant Contact, Our Social Times, John Laing and many others.

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