Henley Business School, Whiteknights Campus
University of Reading
|Date of event:||19 October 2015|
|Event ends:||19 October 2015|
Continuing in the commitment of supporting Thames Valley SMEs, the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship at the Henley Business School, in partnership with the Berkshire Business Growth Hub, is hosting the first in a new series of speakers' panels.
The panel which is titled 'What SMEs have done to grow their businesses' brings together three SME leaders to talk about recent growth and development of their businesses.
We believe one of the best ways to learn and understand how to build a business is to hear from practitioners and peers. This will explain what has worked, and not worked for them with the aim of allowing others to learn from their experiences. They will also highlight how input from the Berkshire Business Growth Hub has assisted them on this journey.
The Berkshire Business Growth Hub helps SMEs achieve their ambition by providing coaching, advice, information, workshops and networking opportunities. In particular, the Hub is often a trusted bridge into other relevant services and support. Over 150 SMEs have benefited from the help provided by the Berkshire Busness Growth Hub.
The panel is to be held on Monday 19 October 2015 at 5:30pm. It is for ambitiou,s growth focused SME businesses that wish to learn from others, and are interested to understand how trusted support can help. There will be time for Q&A and networksing with peers.
The speakers include;
Pete Doyle, Founder and CEO of Social Retail
Stephen Hickey, Founder and CEO of Cookie Reports
Catherine Jenkins, Business Development Director, Maxx Design
The panel will be moderated by Ed Cooper, DIrector of Vital Six which delivers the services provided by the Berkshire Business Growth Hub.
Henley Business School expects that these speaker panels will help make a difference to SMEs in their pursuit of growth and demonstrate that collaboration with the Henley Business School at the University of Reading and the Berkshire Business Growth Hub can have a transformative effect on SMEs.
The University of Reading is committed to work with the SME community in the Thames Valley Region for mutual benefit.
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