Get some expert help in these times of big change
A round-up of some of the ways we’re Building Business and helping leaders work out what’s next.
Reset. Restart is a new programme offering free support for Sussex businesses who want to structure their planning and tighten their business model.
It’s designed to help build resilience and develop the practical skills needed to survive and, ultimately, to thrive.
Spaces are very limited, so please book ASAP on to workshops or networking sessions.
Connect, converse and collaborate
Facilitated networking to help you link up with other local businesses. There will also be guest speakers and a wealth of information on how and where to power your next steps.
Friday 12 February, 10.30am
Good pricing means being competitive while making the profit you need. This workshop will help you make sense of your pricing structure.
Wednesday 24 February, 10.30am
This workshop helps you look at who is, and isn’t, buying from you – and why?
Friday 12 March, 10.30am
Your suppliers are as important to you as your customers. This workshop shows you how to identify the equipment, technology and expertise you need to drive your business forwards.
These friendly sessions will help you focus on specific parts of your business modelling, pivoting or growth. You’ll answer a few short questions in advance, which will help us to match you with a local business expert, and their experience and guidance will help you answer tricky questions. Whether you use the Business Model Canvas or other planning tools, you’ll have a critical friend with whom you can test ideas in confidence.
1:1 sessions with business experts (numbers are limited). Sign up here
Different perspectives on building business
A short case study of our work with the Coastal West Sussex Partnership – an ambitious economic partnership, looking to raise place-based aspiration and opportunity in education and business
(5 minute read)
Coming soon to THE POSSIBILITY CLUB:
Evening Standard food critic Jimi Famurewa on the hospitality industry
Baroness Nicky Morgan, former secretary of state for Culture, Media & Sport, and minister for women and equality, on digital inclusion and high tech growth
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always possible are Building Business across the UK.
What does that mean? This 60 second video explains.
We’re helping UK businesses to adapt, innovate and pivot.
If you’ve got big decisions to make – perhaps we can make it easier?