Everything you need to know about running a successful business, but were afraid to ask
After 30 years of building successful companies, and 20 years of coaching hundreds of businesses, Julia Chanteray knows what it takes to build a sustainable business. One which makes you the money you need and gives you the feeling that it’s worth getting out of bed on a Monday morning because you’re going to be working on your business today.
This session is for anyone interested in getting going with a new business, or wanting to explore the world of self-employment, Julia will share her tips on what makes a business succeed for the long run. And the key mistakes she’s seen hundreds of businesses make over the years so that you can avoid those mistakes with your new business.
The session will be packed full of practical tips and advice for getting a new business going, including all the information that you just don’t find in the business books, because it’s based on real-life experience of the hundreds of different businesses Julia has worked with. It will be especially useful for people who are thinking about self-employment for the first time and want to get a head start on the right mindset and the learning curve of running your own business.
You can get a head start on the session by checking out Julia’s tips for running a successful business at www.thejoyofbusiness.co.uk
Who by? Julia Chanteray has spent her life running all kinds of businesses. Over the last 20+ years, she’s mentored hundreds of companies, helping them to make more money, and have more fun in the process.
You’ll find her working with business owners from all over the UK and beyond, including Brighton. Julia regularly speaks on business at conferences, on TV and radio, and is the author of Tales of Everyday Business Folk and Sweetspot Pricing.
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Catch the Wave is a business support programme for anyone in the city who wants to launch and grow a business. It includes affordable workshops, useful resources and expert mentoring sessions.
Designed and delivered by Brighton Chamber, Catch the Wave includes practical, interactive sessions and runs from November 2020 to July 2021.
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Time: 9.15am - 12.15pm
Date: Thu 11 / 03 / 21
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