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15 May 2013 Business Breakfast Event 21st May

Track Training will be holding a business breakfast on Tuesday 21st May, 8am to 10am at the Vale of Glamorgan Hotel and Spa (M4, J34). The event, facilitated by Dr. David Keefe, will be focussed on how to achieve sustainable high profits growth. Dr. Keefe is the founder of the Sirius Business Transformation Process, which has a proven and unprecedented track record of helping companies in Wales – including many of the Wales Fast Growth 50 companies – and both East and West Midlands regions in achieving ‘quantum leap’ growth in profits and turnover.

As examples of truly exceptional results, even in the current harsh economic climate since 2008, 14 companies that participated in the Sirius process have increased their total collective turnover by over £137 million and, more impressively, increased total net profits by over £15 million and created 454 new jobs.

Delegates will be given an insight into Sirius as an innovative, ‘outside the box’ business transformation process in seeing a far greater potential for your business by thinking about its future potential in a way you probably never have before.  In addition, there will be a brief overview of the great synergy between Sirius and Track’s Business Improvement techniques which help companies achieve efficiency and effectiveness in processes, together with information about accessing Skills Growth Wales and other Government funding support programmes.

 

If you wish to attend the event, please contact Track Trainings Business Development Manager Viv Compton at viv.compton@tracktraining.co.uk or on 0845 130 6461.

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