1 Jul 2010

As the Public Sector budgets decrease do business opportunities rise? Business Seminar

In: Press Releases Seminars

Four Lincolnshire based companies are launching a seminar aimed at businesses who want to maximse the opportunities that will emerge due to the Public Sector spending cut.

It is well publicised that the Public Sector spending cuts will impact some businesses more than others, this seminar will offer advice to businesses so that they can make the most of the opportunities and also look to see how they can address the threats that they may face.

Presentations will be made by Keith Loven of LOVEN Patents & Trademarks, Andy Clayton of The Energy Cell, Paul Clayton of Healdi and Julie Taylor of GTI for you.

Having already run a number of successful seminars together, including one for the University of Lincoln, the organisers are keen to help businesses see how they can make the most of the changes in the Public Sector spending, Andy Clayton Marketing Manager at The Energy Cell says –

“How a business goes about its sales and marketing is pivotal to its success, those who currently rely on Public Sector contracts will need to address how proactive they are. They should also look at how they position themselves as there can be a big difference between what the Public and Private sectors look for in a supplier”

The organisers are also keen to recognise that there will be additional opportunities that will arise in the public sector, Keith Loven of Loven & Co adds –

“As budgets and staffing numbers are cut, more outsourced contracts are going to be made available, so businesses need to look at how they present themselves for these opportunities”

The seminar will give hints and tips from specialists in their field that will enable the delegates to go away and action some changes. Topics to be covered include protecting your brand, developing the image of your business, the use of the telephone and managing sales processes.

The seminar will be run in two locations, the first is at the offices of The Energy Cell in Kirmington, North Lincs on the 5th August and the second at the offices of LOVEN in Lincoln on 10th August. Both are from 4pm – 6pm, and there is a charge of just £20 to attend to cover refreshment and venue costs.

For more information about the seminars please email hello@energycell.co.uk

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