In a series of events running to November, The Great British Business Roadshow will offer valuable ‘know how’ along with practical solutions to encourage business owners to find time to work on their business as well as in it.
Penelope, the virtual phone system for small businesses created by telephone answering specialist Moneypenny has joined forces with partners from a range of business sectors, in the initiative backed by the Department for Business Innovation & Skills, to help small businesses act more strategically in their approach to growth.
Stephanie Vaughan Jones, Channel Manager at Penelope and Moneypenny, kick-started the relationship with a presentation entitled ‘The Ten Commandments of Customer Service’ at the Roadshow’s launch event which was held at the Google Campus, London. In it she outlined how small businesses have the opportunity to stand out from their competition, which quite often comes from much larger businesses, by delivering outstanding service.
The road shows aim to help you get more strategic about growing your small business. This means proper planning and using the right virtual tools and teams to free up your valuable time and let you plan for the growth you’d like to see.
You can book your place on the Freeagent website with dates available being 23rd July in Cardiff, 24th July in Bristol, Brighton in July, Newcastle and Edinburgh in October and finally Canterbury in November.