Amal the accountant speaks on facing the uncomfortable to make your start-up grow :) Tues 4 Oct 6.30

Entrepreneur’s club – support for Redbridge start-ups –  Tuesday evening

Thanks to Amal Simothy, Ilford accountant for being our speaker at our first evening entrepreneurs’ club at the Redbridge Institute. Our topic for October is personal development.

  • Tuesday 4th October, 6.30-8.30
  • Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable to make your start-up grow
  • Redbridge Institute

amal-simothyAmal runs a local accountancy business with his wife Santa. Their business is now well established with most clients coming from word of mouth.  But it hasn’t always been so easy!  Amal has had to learn to confront his fears of sales pitches and public speaking and he knows through his daily work that start-ups can fear figures.

“Having set up and managed my own business, I understand the common issues business owners face such as lack of direction, bad or in-existent cash flow management and poor sales and marketing process.  A lot of this is based on not facing the uncomfortable – and I hope to share my tips to help  you over this” Amal

Amal is currently wanting to engage more with the community and to develop his public speaking and business support.  Sophia Hubs loves to draw on the willingness of the business sector to  engage with the community and vice versa. 🙂

Amal will share his experience of setting up and running two businesses, co-working with his wife,  recognising what makes you uncomfortable and what you’re avoiding and doing something about it. There will be the usual peer support, networking and opportunities to talk one to one with the speaker as part of this session.


 

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