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Gear Up to Grow: How to Keep Customers with Restricted Trading
It is time to Gear up to Grow your business!
- Are you ready to take your business to the next level?
- Do you want to find out about the funded support available to help?
This webinar will give you an insight into the areas of growth within your business, as well as offering you advice and guidance to help you move your business forward.
You will also have the opportunity to hear from local business owners who will be sharing their story on how they have used growth strategies and how they have adapted in the face of COVID-19, in particular how they have maintained client engagement while trading has been restricted.
The session will cover:
• Funding opportunities
• Growing your client base
• Adapting during a pandemic
• Business support available across the LCR to help you grow
• Keeping customers engaged
If you have a new business within the Liverpool City Region – this webinar is for you!
The event will take place on zoom. Please register via Eventbrite and a zoom link and password will be sent to you before the event by email.
If you have registered a business in the Liverpool City Region within the last 42 months, you could have access to funded growth support. Get in touch on email@example.com or 0151 706 8113
Meet the Panelists!
Laura Richardson – Founder & Director of Beauty of Business
“I started a blog when I was 23 as a hobby, I learned through this how to market, edit, create videos, how to build websites and more – this lead to me pursuing a Masters in Digital Marketing and creating an online business that helped local, independent businesses with their online marketing. I shaped this into Beauty of Business – the core of which is social media management, website design, online branding, 121 consultancy and online workshops to teach entrepreneurs how to utilize Instagram to grow their audience and increase their sales.
“Overcoming the pandemic in business – what a learning curve! The pandemic taught me A LOT about the structure of my business. Firstly, making sure you have contracts in place! I had to look at my business model, and evolve. Even though I work inherently online, I was operating my business locally and statically. So I had to adapt: I moved my workshops online, I started looking at what the problems in my industry were from my client perspectives and offering a solution and how I effectively could communicate this to my audience, current and potential clients. This has led me to creating a three tiered approach to suit multiple budgets and levels of ability; offering consultations over a period of months, making applicable and bitesize workshops to help businesses to adapt online using the strategy I have applied to my own business and making sure my time is allocated correctly – from streamlining my enquiry approach, to having set, clear boundaries, timescales and pricing with a transparent breakdown of what is included with each of my services. This has allowed me to see where I can grow my business and in which direction I want to take it by helping as many businesses as possible.”
Paula Stock – Operations Director at ADHD Foundation
The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an integrated health and education service offering a unique lifespan – strength based service, for the 1 in 5 people who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Tourette’s syndrome.
Over the course of the pandemic. the ADHD Foundation have grown their services locally, nationally and internationally, exemplifying what can be achieved through being a mission and values focused business.