Planning for Growth

8 February @ 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm
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An interactive workshop for startups and early-stage companies to simplify and put some shape into early business planning. Phil Curtis from First Thirty is an experienced management and sports coach with a successful history of business growth and performance improvement.

He has mentored, coached, advised, or led businesses and teams in global companies, SMEs, and startups, working on major projects, business development, fundraising, M&A and other growth initiatives.

Phil is offering free interactive virtual workshops for startups and early-stage companies to help guide them through the early business planning process. These sessions will be ran regularly but will be kept to small groups to ensure everyone gets the most out of each session, so don’t miss your opportunity to benefit from Phil’s experience and knowledge!

For more info on First Thirty https://first-thirty.com

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