Polish Business Link together with its patron British Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPCC) have been supporting Polish and diverse entrepreneurs for over five years now. Founded in 2012 with Polish businesses in mind, it widened its reach to other nationalities. Today we host over 15 tailored.
One of our key activities in Scotland is the Scottish Polish Business Forum event scheduled for the third time for Thursday 23rd November at the RBS Gogarburn, Edinburgh. The 3rd Forum event will focus on growth through collaborations– finding sales opportunities where you wouldn’t suspect to search, the power of saying yes, thinking about the exit, and using the power of media.
This year’s panel of speakers will bring a few interesting ideas for your business:
Entrepreneur and Business Coach Karen Yates moved to Scotland earlier this year and achieved an astounding goal of meeting 1000 new people within 3 months through face to face networking, and then did it again. She will inspire you with the power of saying yes.
Tim Hiller from SBR Consulting eats, sleeps and breaths passion for sales. It is about cashing in the on the best opportunities, but also about finding within you more than you ever expected you can achieve.
Peter Queen from Geisel Consulting Limited is one of those people who can whip out a fascinating story that inspire everyone to believe that anything is achievable, you just need to be creative and go for it. He has a bag of experience as an entrepreneur which he will share with the crowd.
Ian Hogg from RitchieHogg will discuss something that not many of entrepreneurs have time to think about: the exit strategy. But with the exit in mind, the building and growing can be so much more effective and Ian will demonstrate the how.
Mike Reynolds from Integris Communications will share a secret of two on how to be talked about in media using good PR, secrets he learnt during his many years of working with journalists.
The Forum will be both supported and attended by Consul General Dariusz Adler from Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Edinburgh and Michael Dembinski, Chief Advisor in BPCC, which has been patron of PBlink.
– Forum Coverage 2016: https://www.pblink.co.uk/event-coverage/good-business-based-trust/
– Bulletin Forum 2016: https://issuu.com/pblink/docs/2nd_polish_scottish_business_forum