Free help with your new enterprise – meet the experts
You may have heard us shouting from the rooftops about GLIDE Bootcamps. They are a (frankly) fantastic week of free, online specialist workshops. The first two focused on starting a creative business and our latest one is designed for those who have taken the plunge and started a new enterprise.
It is run by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Read on to learn about your workshop leaders.
Lucy is a business support, marketing and organisational development specialist.
Lucy has a proven record of supporting SME growth in a range of sectors: from a start-up in Silicon Valley; a multibillion-dollar multinational; to helping growing companies at Sussex Innovation Centre and Bath’s Inspire Elite.
Lucy was Catalyst Programme Manager at the Sussex Innovation Centre for five years, and holds a degree from the University of Roehampton.
Lucy is running 4 GLIDE workshops: Selling It Right / Pricing Evolution / Expanding the Toolkit / Your Perfect Customer.
“This has been amazing!!! I can’t wait to come back tomorrow and learn more.”
Watch Lucy speak about Products and Projects during a recent LinkedIn Live session.
Meg is a design and creative communications professional with expertise and hands-on experience in web and graphic design, marketing and SEO strategy and implementation. She has over 19 years’ experience in the creative industries with 12 as a company director.
Meg has a background in further and adult education teaching, as well as delivering design and marketing training, workshops, consultancy and presentations.
GLIDE workshop: Standing Out: Content and UX that work
“This has been such an interesting and valuable session. Thank you for sharing such golden content.”
Watch Meg speak about Branding & Marketing in our Insights video.
Jody Raynsford is a direct response copywriter and marketing consultant. Jody’s written sales letters which have generated six figure revenues for his clients.
Like any copywriter worth their salt, he’s studied the best from John Carlton, Gary Halbert, Dan Kennedy, Joe Sugarman, Eugene Schwartz and David Ogilvy, as well as the email masters, Ben Settle and Andre Chaperon.
Before he was a copywriter and marketer, Jody was a health and fitness journalist. He’s written and appeared in publications such as the Telegraph, Independent, Men’s Running and Running Fitness, among many others.
GLIDE workshop: Win Attention, Grow Awareness, and Build a Tribe of Followers
“Absolutely loved both Meg and Jody’s sessions, SO many take-outs it’s hard to just choose one.“
Emma has spent 15 years in industry leading projects, process improvements, training delivery and coaching. She has experience across the private and public sector, FTSE100 and Fortune500 companies as well as SMEs.
Now as a consultant and coach, she takes big business experience and tailors it to small businesses. In developing leaders and business owners, Emma works on productivity, efficiency and resilience.
Emma is also one of 2020’s f:Entrepreneurs, and the Chair of a mental health charity.
GLIDE workshop: Writing a Business Plan That Works for You
“Emma was really great at communicating a straight-forward way to approach business planning“
Watch Emma speak about Business Planning in our Insights video.
Bonamy is an expert in data and marketing. She spent 20 years working for international organisations including BMG Music Publishing, L’Oréal and global PR agency Hill+Knowlton Strategies, where she was Senior Vice President, Global Business Development.
Since 2017, Bonamy has worked as an independent research, data and insights consultant, supporting clients who want to understand their data better.
Recent clients include WISE, British Pharmacological Society, Greater Brighton MET College, Brighton Chamber and PTSD Resolution.
GLIDE workshop: The Data Your Business Needs to Grow
“This has made me feel SO much better about the journey“
Watch Bonamy speak about Data & Insight in our Insights video.
Richard is CEO of always possible, and a specialist in organisational strategy, work-based learning, partnership building and systems leadership. His experience spans the voluntary sector, further education, local government and private enterprise, and he is an adviser to economic development networks across the UK.
Richard has been involved in economic and workforce resilience, the creative industries and vocational training and skills development for over 20 years. He is a Fellow of the RSA and the Chartered Management Institute, and an Associate at the Education & Training Foundation
GLIDE workshop: Learning from Failure and Building on Success
“I found Richard particularly knowledgeable but also down to earth“
Read more about the workshops below. This incredible opportunity is FREE. Register to secure your place and do feel free to share with your networks.
The New Enterprise Bootcamp is delivered by always possible as part of the GLIDE project, on behalf of Buckinghamshire New University and is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2020 Programme.
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Mon 7th February
- 10:00-12:30 Standing Out: Content and UX that work with Meg Fenn
- 16:00-18:30 Win Attention, Grow Awareness And Build A Tribe Of Followers with Jody Raynsford
Tues 8th February
- 10:00-12:30 Writing a Business Plan That Works for You with Emma Mills-Sheffield
- 16:00-18:30 The Data Your Business Needs to Grow with Bonamy Waddell
Wed 9th February
- 10:00-12:30 Your Perfect Customer with Lucy Paine
- 16:00-18:30 Selling It Right with Lucy Paine
Thurs 10th February
- 10:00-12:30 Pricing Evolution with Lucy Paine
- 16:00-18:30 Expanding the Toolkit with Lucy Paine
Fri 11th February 9:30-13:30
- Learning from Failure and Building on Success with Richard Freeman
PLUS… social media surgeries throughout the week with Letitia McConalogue to focus on any social media woes! Book in for a 30 minute session dedicated to auditing your current social media channels and strategies, including:
- tips on optimising your profiles, scheduling, content types and content creation
- exploring engagement, strategy, consistency and time management (batching)
- choosing your platforms and reading/understanding your insights
- myth-busting and troubleshooting