MEP Anthea aims to inspire local businesses
Local MEP, Anthea McIntyre, believes that local businesses hold the key to local prosperity and is working to help them in a number of ways.
(Photo shows Tim Kidson with Anthea and members of the Herefordshire Conservative Business Forum)
On Friday, 27 April, she arranged for around 40 local businesses to hear from Tim Kidson, the nationally renowned expert in transforming executive performance.
Mr Kidson frequently addresses business audiences such as the Academy for Chief Executives, the Institute of Directors and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and uses a number of lessons developed from real-life examples that the audience can immediately learn and apply to their own enterprises.
Commenting on the presentation, Miss McIntyre said: “Too often we get caught-up in the day-to-day running of our businesses and fail to see ways in which we could improve our performance.
“Tim’s presentation gave a number of local entrepreneurs and business executives a fresh perspective and some inspirational ideas which might help them develop their business and, in time, allow for the creation of new jobs.
“Running a business is never easy and it is especially difficult in the current economic climate. Any technique that helps to encourage and inspire fresh thinking and which has proven results is worth exploring and I am delighted to have been able to arrange this event.”