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Taking your business to the next level

By James Pugh | Business events | Published:

A free roadshow designed to help small businesses grow and reach their potential is proving to be a big hit.

Good2Great director Johnny Themans presenting at the Good2Great Growth Roadshow

The first two Business Growth Workshops run by Shropshire firm Good2Great held recently in Telford and Shrewsbury were over-subscribed.

Now the firm, based in Bridgnorth, is aiming to take its roadshow around Shropshire and Herefordshire to help give small business a step up on the ladder of success.

The next one will be held at the Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology in Bridgnorth on April 30, from 8.30am-11am.

Future roadshows will be held in Ludlow, Oswestry, Hereford and Kidderminster, with a return to Telford and Shrewsbury planned following on from the success of the first two.

They are run by Good2Great Director Johnny Themans who has been in business for 29 years and founded the company in 2007 to pass on his knowledge and advice to others looking to forge successful ventures.

They are aimed at companies which have been in business for a year or more where the owners are hoping to take them to the next level.

Research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggests that although 80 per cent of most business start-ups survive the first year, the survival rate after three years is only just above 50 per cent.

Among the many topics covered, the roadshow looks at how to increase income, how to reduce hours worked and how to be less stressed.

Johnny said: "If you are a business owner who isn't sleeping well at night worrying about your business then this seminar is for you. But if you are a business owner that lays awake at night counting the cracks in the bedroom ceiling, then this seminar is definitely for you!"

For more details and to book a place on one of the free roadshows, call 01746 330730 or visit good-2-great.co.uk

James Pugh

By James Pugh
@JamesP_Star

Shropshire Star Business and Farming Editor.

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