Thursday July 3 2014

tem-po.co.uk director to show business leaders the way forward

tem-po.co.uk director to show business leaders the way forward

Non-executive director of Lancashire-based online estate agency, tem-po.co.uk and former BBC Apprentice finalist, Neil Clough, will be sharing his knowledge at one of the most anticipated small business and networking events of the year – Expo North West 2014.

Neil will be leading one of many seminars at the exhibition, which will take place on Wednesday 9 July, is organised by Exposure Events and is described as the brightest B2B event in the region designed specifically for SMEs.

Commenting on his participation Neil said: “I’m delighted that Exposure Events is bringing an expo to the North West. I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experiences with other business owners determined to grow within the region.

“It’s also great to have one of the businesses I am heavily involved with, online estate agency tem-po.co.uk, exhibiting at the event where a number of representatives will be on hand to talk all things property and explain how the face of estate agency is changing.”

tem-po.co.uk can be found at stand 37 where managing director, Annette Jones will be representing the company. “Expo 14 is one of the best places for business networking, sharing best practice and meeting other SME owners in the North West,” said Annette.

“We are very much looking forward to speaking to people about running an online company and the benefits of selling your home online.”

Neil’s presentation, ‘Apprenticed to the future,’ will take place at 9:30am in the seminar area. The session will focus on his experience in smashing sales targets and finding a silver lining in even the most difficult situations.

Other speakers include The Gadget Show’s Jon Bentley and psychologist Doctor Simon Raybould.

Attending the event on 9 July is free and those interested should visit www.exponorthwest.co.uk to register for tickets.


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