We are thinking BIG for October’s Business Club! BIG BUSINESS GROWTH! And we’ve got the perfect panel guests who are going to be giving you their tips on how they got there…
On Tuesday 25th October, 6-8:30pm we will be hosting ‘Think BIG! Building Business Growth’ – our penultimate #WOBizClub event of the year.
SO…What does business growth look like to you? More clients? Taking on your first member of staff? Building a team? Increasing turnover? Franchising? Whatever way you want to grow your business, we’ve got just the right business women who can help you.
Introducing – Viktorija Grigorjevaite of Sane Seven and Cheryl White of Mercury Franchise Consultants and Apollo Care! Two incredible business women who have worked tirelessly to grow their businesses into the powerhouses that they are today.
Viktorija is Co-Founder and Creative Director of Sane Seven which she describes as; ‘Creative thinkers specialising in photography production.’ – Prior to Sane Seven, Viktorija became the Creative Director of The Collective magazine that she helped turn into a successful art, style and travel magazine with the international readership of over 1 million!
Now, heading up Sane Seven, Viktorija has worked on some incredibly impressive projects, most recently the Beyond The Desk in which 34 business leaders collaborated with Sane Seven in a creative project that challenged the stereotypes we associate with business leaders (Including our very own, Maggie O’Carroll!)
AND of course, just last week Viktorija photographed world famous designer Jimmy Choo! One of the things that is most impressive about Viktorija is the trajectory her business journey has taken, from a sole trader to studio limited company in a matter of years – we think it’s pretty clear why Viktorija is the woman to talk to about business growth!
And our second panel guest will be Cheryl White, who doesn’t run and own just one business, but two! Apollo Care and her newest business; Mercury Franchise Consultants who we have to thank for kindly sponsoring this Business Club event.
Before Cheryl had started her first business, it was just her wish to create a job for herself and her mum, but now she has built up her own business so that it was possible for it to become a franchise AND opened a second business to act as a franchise consultancy.
Cheryl told us; ‘In 2013 I franchised my home care company, Apollo Care, and realised that many people may wish to franchise their business but may be on a tight budget. My team and I decided that putting together 2 franchise packages would help people to achieve their franchising goals without overspending, and set up Mercury Franchise Consultants in 2015!’
(To get a sneak peek at some of the great things Cheryl might be speaking about, check out this Guest Blog she wrote for us last week!)
So – these two impressive business women will be joining us at our panel style event for October’s Business Club. On the evening we will be talking about how your business can grow and develop in different ways and find out what exactly business growth means and how you can achieve it!
As always, tickets for this event can be purchased over on Eventbrite and they are £5 for Members of Business Club and £10 for Non-Members!
If you would like to become a member of Business Club, email us on email@example.com
We would like to thank Mercury Franchise Consultants for kindly sponsoring this month’s Business Club event!
About Mercury Franchise Consultants
‘Mercury Franchise Consultancy helps businesses to franchise! Our business model is based around helping business owners to franchise their business, be involved in the process and understand how franchising works. In 2013, we franchised our own home care business, Apollo Care, and realised that as well as needing the relevant documentation to franchise, business owners also needed bespoke support and planning that was relevant to their business model and potential franchisees. We decided that we would help people to franchise their business by looking at the business in a holistic and individual way that would be apparent through documentation and advice.’