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What We Do: We enable our clients to make positive changes in their business and personal lives.
Business Sector: Business Coaching
Expertise: Over 30 years in sales and marketing.
Hands-on experience successfully managing my own businesses.
A professional business and life coach since 2003.
Problems we solve: The feeling of isolation felt by many business owners and managers.
Insufficient sales.
An imbalance between working and home life.
Poor time management.
A dip in motivation or self-confidence.
Not being able to see the wood for the trees.
Offerings: The initial consultation is free.

Our Clients

Typical Client Size:

Corporate (>250 employees)

Medium (50-249 employees)

Small (10-49 employees)

Micro (1-9 employees)

Target markets:

Arts

Consumer Goods

Corporate Services

Finance

Legal

Media

Recreation, Travel and Entertainment

Service Industry

Stage of Business:

Startup

Stuck

Growth

Exit

Geography:

London

South West

Wales

West Midlands

Contact Details

Position: Owner
Website: http://www.chriskenber.com
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Group: Bristol
Member Since: 27-06-2011