BUDDING MORAY ENTREPRENEURS are being offered the chance to learn a few of the secrets being creating a successful business in the region.
Led by Cullen man Fraser Hay, the Grow your own Business Club is hosting another of its free business events at the Elgin Library next week.
Individuals who are seeking to start their own enterprise but may be finding it difficult to navigate through the pitfalls are being encouraged to head along to the library on October 26 from 4pm to 6pm, where Fraser will be on hand to share practical insights and proven strategies.
These have already helped members to identify and address more than 2000 small business issues, challenges and obstacles that have been holding them back and preventing the growth they want.
Fraser explained: “Grow Your Business Club has a unique approach for supporting businesses from idea to exit, one objective at a time.
“It can help individuals and business owners from any sector at any point on their entrepreneurial journey – from pre-start and start-up through to survival and high growth. The club offers knowledge, contacts and opportunity for each stage of the entrepreneurial journey, helping individuals to identify, pursue and achieve their entrepreneurial goals and objectives.
“Whether it’s documenting your model, vision and strategy, engaging with others via Linkedin, closing more sales or adding new revenue and income streams, there is something for everyone wanting to grow their business when they attend our business free business briefings”
Fraser has published 14 books (currently available on Amazon) and promises to thrill, excite, irritate and delight people to action with his no nonsense, results focused approach.
To reserve your place those interested are invited to call Fraser on 01542 841319.
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