Mon, 10 Feb | The Pickled Ploughman


Join us for business networking in Banbury with a talk by Alan Kennedy
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

10 Feb 2020, 10:00 – 12:00
The Pickled Ploughman, Aynho Rd, Adderbury, Banbury OX17 3NL, UK

About the Event

Running a small business is always busy, but it can be lonely at times too. Sometimes it would be great to feel part of a bigger team. But joining a network can be difficult. They can demand a lot of your time, and the pressure to refer business can add to your workload. 

At The Oxfordshire Project, we network differently. We focus on support and education, as well as business growth. We’re not about short term sales, we’re about building long term connections, because this is the route to sustainable success. 

​With our 7 different groups and 8 monthly meetings around Oxfordshire, we provide flexibility to suit your busy lives, variety to suit your enquiring minds, and a community of smart, like-minded people, to help you and your business grow.

This month we welcome Alan Kennedy with a talk about building your sales funnel. 

Alan has a lot of experience of building the sales funnel in a hard commercial environment (like today).  He will give us his top tips on how to increase the number of leads, help leads become customers and customers become raving fans.  It is ideal for any business that wants to grow, become more profitable and be choosy about the sort of clients they take on.  He will include cases studies that demonstrate how to charge more than your competitors, how to make selling fun and how to make the sales processes efficient.  

Alan’s approach to business is best summed up by a quote from Chris Gardener from Alan’s LinkedIn profile “Alan has super-useful combination: years of technical knowledge and experience coupled with hard-won commercial savviness. A business owner looking for commercial and profitable guidance will be well served working with Alan. His commitment to clients is legendary ... and they have the results to prove it.”  

He summarises his approach to business as “working in business should be fun….if it does not make money it is not fun!” 

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