A one day action packed seminar by the renown business guru The Business Anarchist, Charles Farran. Aimed at entrpreneurs who want to start a new Business and existing businesses struggling during the current recession
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The Business Anarchist announces the first in a series of straight-talking, pull-no-punches, one day business seminars. “Surviving in Business - and how to Start” is to be held in central London on Sunday January 17, 2010.
Aimed at entrepreneurs who are running or about to start their own businesses, “Surviving in Business - and how to Start” is far removed from the world of academic theories, evangelistic concepts and trendy buzzwords. Instead, it is grounded in the real world of 2010, complete with its ‘difficult’ banks and underwhelming economy. Highly practical, it gives the lowdown on finance when “the UK banks are next to useless”, it shows how companies can be run “for the benefit of their owners, not everyone else” and it explores ways to keep overheads low and profits high.
“Surviving in Business - and how to Start” is presented by The Business Anarchist – nickname for the highly respected Charles Farran, MD of both Amanda J Molyneux & Company Ltd (international banking and formation specialist) and Chartmore & Company Ltd (international escrow agents). During the past 20 years Charles has built up an enviable reputation in the world of business structuring and restructuring, and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs to establish and run successful businesses.
“Why am I called The Business Anarchist?” asks Farran. “Simple! A complete and utter distrust of banks and politicians, and despair at the absence of ethical standards in business today. My mission is simple: to equip entrepreneurs with the real knowledge and information that will help them start and run their companies for their benefit, not the banks and the tax man!”
Within the world of private business education, Farran has a long track record as a speaker and is known for his sell-out, action-packed live presentations, underpinned by true expertise, integrity and plenty of humour. But “Surviving in Business - and how to Start” is the first time his talks have been made available to the wider business world.
“I want to encourage new businesses to start and grow while ensuring a safe future for their founders and families,” continues Farran, “and I particularly want to help businesses that are struggling in the current economic climate. This isn’t about ‘get rich quick’ or ‘earn millions working three hours a week’. None of that nonsense. This is about real businesses getting real knowledge that will help them find viability, security and profit in the real world.”
Held on a Sunday to make it as convenient as possible, “Surviving in Business - and how to Start” takes place in Seymour Street, London W2, from 10.30am on January 17, 2010. The day’s £95 + VAT fee is fully tax-deductable. Tickets can be bought at: http://www.thebusinessanarchist.com/contact.htm or by calling 01305 853510.