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Find out if your business can benefit from GAINS coaching

An event this Wednesday, 5 June, aims to promote the benefits of business coaching to high-growth SME's.

The new School of Business & Technology

If you are questioning whether coaching can really make a tangible difference to you and your business, then you can't afford to miss this event.

Meet the GAINS team as well as high growth businesses that have already benefitted from being part of GAINS, a host of quality-assured GAINS business coaches, and University of Gloucestershire academics at the Awaken the Growth event at the new School of Business & Technology.

Offered as a fully-funded, drop-In style event, the organisers are inviting you to register and come along for all of the day, or just the sessions you'd like to attend.

The event aims to answer all your questions and you can chat to the GAINS team about how it works and the funding that's available until December 2019.

By meeting the GAINS business coaches, you can pick up the advice you need on how to develop your business strategy and build a killer sales plan, building your sales with a marketing plan that will project your business onto the right audience, moving from a driving entrepreneur to a business leader as well as how to grow your finances.

You can also hear from, and network with, high-growth Gloucestershire SMEs who have worked with GAINS coaches to grow their businesses - finding out how it worked for them and what it can bring to your business.

GAINS (Gloucestershire's Accelerated Impact Network Support) is a University of Gloucestershire project, part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

For more information about the event, visit the Eventbrite page or email gains@glos.ac.uk.

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