THE world’s most powerful business training, coaching and support network – The Business Wealth Club – is coming to Chester this month.
Hosted by Chester-based leading business mentor and coach Gavin Preston, the innovative format, founded eight years ago by award-winning business coach Paul Avins, has attracted a large number of passionate business owners and entrepreneurs from across the UK who are keen to learn how to boost their sales and profits.
Mr Avins said: “Gavin has a very impressive 11-year track record of raising the performance of blue-chip corporates and small to medium businesses across the UK and internationally.
“The fact that Gavin is in demand by organisations such as Ford, United Biscuits and HSBC is testament to his skills and the results he delivers.”
Now a published author and frequent business speaker across the UK, Mr Preston, 39, started his career qualifying as a chartered accountant with KPMG then worked for BAE Systems in consultancy roles and developing leadership and coaching skills in their top directors across the world. For the last decade he has been running his own successful consultancy Gavin Preston: Performance Accelerator.
“I’ve experienced great success and been blessed to work with some amazing people in my business life,” he said.
“But I also know what it’s like at the coalface running a growing business and working long hours.
“I have a vision of a vibrant business growth community with dynamic business owners doing deals while learning leading edge strategies to grow their businesses with the support of world-class mentoring.
“I am passionate about helping business owners in Chester, the Wirral and North Wales get back into growth. The knowledge and experience of Paul and The Business Wealth Club complements my own, thereby enabling me to bring a proven business growth community to Chester.”
In the last eight years The Business Wealth Club has trained almost 1,000 owners of small and medium-sized businesses across hundreds of industries and has been a source of positive and practical support during the challenging days of the recession.
The launch event of The Chester Business Wealth Club is at 7.30am on Friday, January 25, at the De Vere Village Hotel, Ewloe.
After breakfast, Mr Preston will deliver a workshop entitled ‘7 Deadly Sins of Marketing – and how to avoid them’.
Full details on club membership and special introductory rates will also be shared during the morning.
If you would like one of the 40 seats available at the club launch, call 01244 960 292 or register at www.businesswealthclub.co.uk/chester.