How to Outgrow Your Competitors – IoD Wales evening seminar
11th June, 2014
IoD Wales are presenting an evening seminar with the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Thursday 3 July
5.30pm – 7.30pm
Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University
Delegate fee £15
Join them for this Question Time event with Chair Carole Green and business panel on the topic of “How to outgrow your competitors”. Click here for more information and to book your place.
Panel members are:
is a partner and head of employment law at Aaron & Partners LLP. SHe is a confident and accomplished lecturer and regularly speaks on all aspects of employment law at both internal and external seminars.
is the managing director of Outwrite and a third generation journalist, Tracy founded Outwrite in 1994.She gives strategic PR advice and is responsible for delivering proactive campaigns to organisations in sectors ranging from renewables to professional services and tourism.
is the director of SunliteLED.co.uk and IoD Member. He has been in business in North Wales for over 30 years in roles ranging from accountancy and storage; to importing wine from Slovenia and vending machines from USA, China and India. His current venture is in the design, manufacture and import of all forms of LED lighting.
A chartered accountant since 1991, he received an MBA in finance & financial management in 1996. He is a director of Salisbury & Co, Chartered Accountants and a former non-exec director of Property Development Company, He has also previously been the chairman of CBi North Wales and a member of SME Council.
A chartered marketer and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. He established Corve Consultancy Limited in 2002 to support owner managed businesses in the development and implementation of business strategy and strategic marketing.
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