“The Sales Highway” by Chris Bradley, Partner of Keyhole
“Change for Success” by Simon Blandford from Vesta Management Consultancy
Entrepreneur Focus- Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki
23 April 2012
TAMAKKAN SEMINAR ON BOOSTING BUSINESS PROFITABILITY!
Organisational experts and Emirati entrepreneur share valuable insights
Abu Dhabi—Entrepreneur support organisation Tamakkan has unveiled a strong programme for its next free knowledge sharing seminar on Tuesday 24 April from 6pm – 8pm at Al Mamoura Auditorium.
The business theme for the April Tamakkan seminar is ‘How To Keep Your Business Profitable’, and Tamakkan founder, Sana Bagersh, says a list of leading experts will again share their knowledge.
“Chris Bradley from Keyhole will look at the sales process, which is critical for building and maintaining revenue,” said Bagersh. “Chris will discuss how to get sales leads, how to maximise revenue and how to handle objections, all key skills in growing a business.”
“Simon Blandford from Vesta Management Consultancy is an organisational expert, and he will present on how to arrange your internal structure and manage change to maximise profitability”.
Bagersh believes that the personal experiences of Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki, a leading entrepreneur with a passion for life and a track record of business success, will inspire Emiratis thinking of setting up their own businesses.
“Sultan is an inspirational guy, so we are really looking forward to his story on how he started and the challenges he faced when setting up his businesses.”
Chris Roebuck an American music teacher, who was placed first in April edition of The Dream Players, a community talent competition, will perform the powerful ballad that earned him a perfect score from The Dream Players judges.
Tamakkan, an initiative of BrandMoxie, is an organisation aimed at nurturing entrepreneurship, leadership and innovation. Established in June 2009, it has steadily grown into a powerful knowledge sharing and training platform with free monthly seminars to encourage networking and business development.
The seminar is free, but registration is required. To register, call Priya on 02 491 8624 or email firstname.lastname@example.org