MT Webcast: Fuel Innovative, Entrepreneurial Growth

MT has lined up speakers Neil Laughton and Dr Amanda Potter to talk remote working, innovative growth and capitalising on the economic recovery...

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013
There are just four days left to register for MT’s webcast on harnessing innovative ideas to fuel your business’ growth. It takes place on Monday lunchtime, and full details can be found at managementtodaywebcasts.com.

We have two speakers lined up, including Neil Laughton, who survived Everest’s worst-recorded storm and piloted a flying car from London to Timbuktu before founding the £40m construction group OPL (which he now chairs). Also featured will be Dr Amanda Potter, founder and CEO of Zircon; in 2010 she was a finalist in the London Business Awards’ entrepreneur of the year category and also won the Blackberry Remote Employer award.

The speakers will offer insights and advice on remote working, and on how to harness the full creative potential of your staff while they’re away from the office. They’ll also look at how to fill the market voids left by weaker competitors and capitalise on the huge growth potential on offer as the economy stabilises.

The webcast will be live, giving you the opportunity to ask questions and take part in votes. Registering also means you’ll be sent a link to the archived recording as soon as it’s published, so you can share it with your team.

 

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