Keeping your Business on Purpose

For those who missed this event  – we have a recorded version for you to view in your own time.

Here’s some feedback we have received:

Rating: 5 out of 5  Sarah Perrett – Whitespace

Thank you, it was a wonderful meeting – a strong 5 from me. For years I have been feeling we (humanity) need to shift to a more heart-centred way of doing business and finally, today I heard Graham speak those words – it’s a dream come true for me, one that has fired me up to keep going, whereas previously I was ready to throw in the towel. Magical.  I’ve put raising money for a borehole on my wish list 🙂               

Rating: 4 out of 5   Peter Hirsch – Total Bathrooms

Well I loved the story to begin with – very inspiring. Loved Graham’s input and the other speakers. Lots of great examples of people finding purpose in their business.                                             

Rating: 5 out of 5 Ben Veal – Second Mountain Communications

Thanks so much for the invite to today’s webinar – hugely inspiring and great to hear from other like-minded people in the business community.

In terms of rating, I’d rate it a 5 – it had a very clear purpose (literally), Paul kept it to time and schedule perfectly, and there was enough opportunity for a short Q&A too. Really well managed for a first webinar, and a taste of what’s to come!                                                                        

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Profit with Purpose

In an uncertain world, leading with purpose matters more than ever

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An Offer for you and us from Action Coach

Action Coach will be running the South West Business Growth Summit 2020 at the prestigious Bath Racecourse for an  unprecedented event never before seen in the South West with 3 internationally known Keynote Speakers and four of the country’s top Business Coaches for a day of learning you simply will not get anywhere else outside of London. Continue reading

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An evening of glitz and glamour and raising money for children in poverty

On Saturday 9th November, Business against Poverty held its annual fundraising gala ball at Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath. The event was in aid of the work of People against Poverty,  which supports disadvantaged children and communities across the globe. Continue reading

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Glitz and Glamour images

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Office Evolution expand their services

Office Evolution Ltd, Based in Melksham have recently expanded their range of products. Having recently moved to new premises four times the size of their previous offices, Sales Manager Natasha Reid explained that this increased space has allowed us to add ranges that compliment our existing offerings of Printers and Photocopiers. We now offer all stationery items, office furniture, warehousing products, janitorial supplies and of course Paper. Continue reading

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Headline Sponsors Lunch

A gathering of headline sponsors came and enjoyed a sumptuous 2 course meal in the beautiful Cloisters Restaurant at Bailbrook House.

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Novel fundraising idea!

Alex Morgan of True North Ltd came up with the simple idea of raising funds for People against Poverty’s project work whilst packing up her home for her imminent move. Continue reading

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Discounted Business Workshops with Varn

Platinum Business against Poverty member Varn are running three workshops during October and November and you are invited to join them.  Business against Poverty members will also receive a 20% discount, so if you would like to book onto any of Varn’s workshops and you are a member, then contact us for the discount code. Continue reading

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THE LEVERAGE GAME

On Monday 3rd June, over 30 business people gathered together to join in the fun of playing The Leverage Game.   The event was led by Peter Rolliston, Action Coach Frome who wanted to raise funds for the charity’s work in relieving poverty and approached BaP with the idea of whilst learning business skills, why not have some fun doing it.

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