If you’re interested in how to run your business better (who isn’t?), next week’s dinners are the perfect line-up to do just that. From practical tips and real life examples, to becoming a master or execution and operations. We’ve got you covered.
Run your business better: be a master or execution & operations
As a founder, you don’t always have the luxury of hiring in roles like COO or GM in the early stages, which means all the details of execution and operational challenges are just another plate to spin. So, what’s the best way to make your startup into the success that you want it to be? Grab a seat at dinner with Ghilaine Chan, a ‘Plug-in COO’, who steps into companies of 5-50 people and helps them take their vision to reality.
In the simplest of terms, she’s all about helping to run your business, making it more productive, efficient and customer-focused, by looking at what isn’t working and creating scalable and robust processes and programs to take a business from start-up, through scale-up and beyond.
Join the conversation about how to save time and money, increase motivation and improve customer relationships. With the wealth of experience and knowledge Ghilaine has, make sure you also take a list of those burning questions you have for her to help you run your business better.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Tuesday 21 June at The Anthologist, The City
Practical tips & real life examples from successful business founder & investor
Being a founder can, at times, be a ‘learn as you go’ experience, which is why, at TableCrowd, we think it’s so important to hear from those who have built their businesses successfully so they can share their knowledge with those following in their footsteps.
With that in mind, we’re looking forward to joining Hephzi Pemberton for dinner where she will be sharing 10 practical things to help you succeed with your business, using case studies and real life examples.
Hephzi, is an investor and business founder. She exited her business, Kea Consultants, in 2015 and is now developing two new businesses, The Inspire Movement and The Missing Middle. Grab a seat at dinner with Hephzi and get the nitty gritty details, alongside your peers, and leave armed with some great insider knowledge that will help you avoid the problems and pitfalls that businesses commonly face.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Wednesday 22 June at The Happenstance, The City
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