nuOrder Sponsor the Knutsford Beer festival

Thank you Roger @nuOrderLimited for your @KnutsfdBeerFest cask sponsorship. #beer pic.twitter.com/KFEaHXQEKn

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Downturn has unexpected benefits, say 87% of firms

We recently came across an uplifting piece in one of the national papers. I’ve contacted HSBC to get a copy of the full report, but for the interim please enjoy the article as featured….

[Since the article was written Uk Plc has since returned to positive GDP growth. Let’s hope growth is here to stay]

Nearly two-third of businesses expect to grow in the next two years despite the economic slump.

A report by HSBV Commercial Banking highlights what it calls ‘Growth Pioneers’ – individuals who are taking control of the future of business and steering the UK towards economic recovery.

The report looks at the strategies business owners employ to ensure they survive during the downturn.

These include diversifying into new markets with a focus on exports. Firms are also looking at innovative forms of finance, from invoice financing to peer-to-peer lending. There has also been an increase in the number of business owners choosing to work with other firms and organizations, to use their combined strengths for mutual benefit.

According to the report, 87 percent of business owners believed there had been unexpected benefits of the  downturn. Steve Box of HSBC say ‘this report reveals the hidden successes we are seeing on a daily basis – British businesses getting on and growing despite the economic downturn.’

nuOrder have asked for a copy of the report. So far we entirely agree with the ‘extract’ and look forward to hopefully studying the report in detail.

More soon. Roger

How to Grow and Managing a Business for Profits: Seminar

Growing and Managing a Business for Profits – What business owners need to do to boost income and manage a business through tough times

http://nuorderbusinessgrowth.eventbrite.co.uk/

Event Details:

Duration: Tuesday 13th June, 9am to 12.30pm.
Location: Mere Court Hotel Conference Centre, Mere, Knutsford, Cheshire.

Full Fee: £35 including booking fees and VAT
Early Bird Fee: £25 including booking fees and VAT (Sold Out)
Finders Fee: Receive £5 for every person you recommend who then attends the seminar.

Normally £50 + VAT, this personal invite entitles you to attend this joint seminar at a discounted rate.

Seminar Details:

Do you want to recapture your enthusiasm for your business or for the business you work for?  Are you looking for ways to grow your business and instill a sense of pride in your workforce that will result in increased profitability?

Then this is a seminar not to be missed.  Delivered by two experts in their field, Roger Brown and Lisa Gibson, the 3 ½ hour seminar programme will provide you with simple yet highly effective techniques to achieve your business aspirations.

You will come away with top tips on Social Business and the use of CRM and well as understanding the power of having the right person in the right job within any organization.

This seminar programme will benefit anyone who:

  • owns a business and wants help to grow or manage the business more effectively
  • wants tips and advice on managing and inspiring a team
  • want to increase leads and grow a client base

How do I book a place?

  1. Purchase your tickets. http://nuorderbusinessgrowth.eventbrite.co.uk/
  2. Once your booking has been received and assessed, you will be sent a booking confirmation, which will include the location, directions, and the terms and conditions.

About your speakers:

For information on Roger Brown and his testimonials visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/rogerbrownnuorder

For information on Lisa Gibson and her testimonuals visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/lisagibsontriple3

Awarded CMC Status

This week I have mostly been awarded the ‘CMC’ status by The Institute of Consulants. As a Certified Management Consultant, I have been recognised as delivering absolute excellence for my clients since 2005. This helps to differentiate me in front of our award winning clients. For more see nuOrder

Social Media up and running

I’ve now included links to our Twitter and Facebook pages, and my personal LinkedIn Profile.

Next post will be our first monthly article.

Roger, nuOrder Ltd owner.