Mar 142014
 

pitching for management

Get involved with an exciting new business at Pitching for Management on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 from 18:00 to 21:30 (GMT)

Nabarro LLP
84 Theobalds Road
WC1X 8RW London
United Kingdom
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ROLES ANNOUNCED

  • The sector we work in is Advertising, more specifically Experiential MarketingWe are looking for someone(s) who can help us grow the business through hands on advice (not a full time requirement) but industry contacts and the opportunity to bring in business is most important.
  • A Company with a new and engaging approach to learning emotional intelligence knowledge and insights using bite sized interactive modules. Each module includes 'mini drama' videos demonstrating how to deal with everyday workplace people challenges. This exciting and fast growing e-learning business are seeking to fill two roles to help them grow the business: 
    1. Marketing Head to develop a marketing plan and help execute it, primarily to:
      • Develop the value proposition for distributors
      • Raise awareness of the business in their market
      • Develop the company proposition for the US
    2. Technical Head/architect to create and build platform to deliver existing and new products.

    Working at their offices in Basingstoke and remotely the package can be a mix of sweat equity, commission and or exit fee.

  • We are creating the first premium brand craft distillery in the heart of Oxford City. The distillery complex will include a bar and restaurant and we will be using a locally grown 2000 year old organic Rye to ferment and distill our alcohol. (Vodka, Gin & Rye Whiskey) This will be a sustainable business and all the spent grain (still full of nutrition) will be picked up by local organic farmers each week to be used as animal feed. They in turn will give us preferential rates and cuts on the meat which will be used in our restaurant. With 9.5 million visitors to the city every year, our primary income in the first 2 years will be via distillery tours. At this time we are looking for a very cool GM to help us pull together the company structure, apply for licenses set up accounting systems and help us set achievable goals etc. I am interested in finding a great structured organiser who is a team player with possible background in hospitality, drink and luxury goods sectors. I am happy to consider all strong proposals. There is a budget for a wage from September, plus I will look at rev share and equity for the right person.

Click here for more information on all of the roles.

Book your ticket now so you don't miss out

At these events, exciting start-up and early-stage companies present their businesses to a room of individuals with the right skills to help them reach their next stage of growth. The roles available range from sales, marketing and finance board positions to mentorships, chair, CEO and non-executive director positions.

The roles on offer can be full or part time. Some offer paid remuneration and all packages offer additional rewards such as sweat equity, share options, commissions and bonuses.

If you think you could make a significant difference to a fast-growing company, then this is the event for you. The networking is also highly recommended.

Agenda

18.00 : Registration & soft drinks

18.30 : Introductions Modwenna Rees-Mogg & Nabarro

18.35 : Speaker - Heather White - Non-Exec Hub

18.40 : Pitching Companies

19.10 : Break

19.20 : Speaker - Marks & Clerk

19.25 : Pitching Companies

20.00 : Networking and nibbles

21.30 : Finish

Feb 122013
 

High-impact career and business development

Build your portfolio - Accelerate your career

Acc_day_1Strategies to help you develop your brand and market your skills

Accelerated Working Careers Day gives you the strategies you need to take control of your career, build your portfolio, get commissioned and bill more. With experts in recruitment, directorship, consultancy, marketing, training, psychology and social media; this course is designed for anyone considering or who is already engaged in independent working.

This includes:

  • Consultants (aspiring, new or established)
  • Directors (aspiring, new or established)
  • Military Personnel engaged in transition
  • NHS and Public Sector Workers engaged in career change
  • Interims (aspiring, new or established)

The event has been developed with personal change and professional development in mind.  Each segment, delivered by an engaging and expert speaker, contains exercises to ensure the content is not only innovative and effective, but relevant to you.

Prices for the event start at £49.99 for the full day, delegate pack and inclusive live follow-up webinar.

Click here to find out more - http://www.executive-brands.co.uk/page/accelerated-working

Agenda

09:00 Registration - Coffee on arrival
09:30 Event Introduction
09:40 Ed Lobbett - Career Development Strategy
10:20 David Rigby - Consultancy : The Core of Your Portfolio
11:00 Coffee & Networking
11:20 Diane Lobbett – Change and Emotional Health: Strategies for your clients and for you
12:20 Beyond the Job Description
13:00 Lunch & Networking
14:00 Alexei Lee - Powerful Social Media and Content Strategies
14:40 Sarah Brown – How to sell your expertise by sharing it
15:20 Ed Lobbett – Networks, Recommenders and Recruiters
15:50 Coffee & networking
16:10 David Doughty – Becoming a Non-Executive Director
16:40 Developing your Strategy – Workshop & Panel Questions
17:00 Event Close

Click here to find out more - http://www.executive-brands.co.uk/page/accelerated-working

Personal Branding and Career Building
CMI
Oct 162012
 

A message from Modwenna at Pitching for Management
Pitching for Management

 

Dear Reader

Last night I heard from Mike Rhodes of Allerayde that he has just found a COO/FD as a result of working with Pitching for Management. He joins George Frangou of Massive Analytic and Matt Cooksley of Make Positive in achieving recent success from working with us and joins the roll call of companies that have succeeded thanks to making a pitch. See a selection of our STORIES here.

We are now proving repeatedly that Pitching for Management works and we really want to get you involved.

All investors and even debt providers are more concerned with the quality of the management team than with any other single factor in a business. Not just before a funding, but afterwards too. We even help people hand over their businesses to new teams when they are ready. I am very proud that we are effective and that we offer very good value.

Next week we are holding events in SouthamptonBristol and Exeter. Why not come along and see for yourself what we can offer you – if you are a company we can find you the people who will take away the headaches. If you need or want to work in something where you will make a stunning difference – we will reinvigorate your life!

All the other events until Christmas can be found HERE.

Why not try us out? You can call me anytime to chat it through on 07736 676 212 or feel free to email me modwenna@angelnews.co.uk

Best

Modwenna

Jul 172012
 

The NED Careers Fair on Tuesday 26 June brought together 11 organisations looking for NEDs or Trustees with over 30 delegates interested in taking up new roles.

Over the last two events the following organisations presented over 30 vacancies and were particularly interested in candidates with a background in Sales, Marketing, Finance and Business Development:

  • Life Education Centres, Bristol
  • Raglan Housing Association
  • Chase and Kings Forest Community Project
  • Westward Housing Group
  • Trinity Care Service
  • Cedar Community Care
  • North Somerset Credit Union
  • Southville Community Development Association
  • Avonmouth Community Centre Association
  • Vassall Centre Trust
  • African Initiatives
  • The West of England Centre for Inclusive Living (WECIL)
  • Trinity Care Service

Whether your ultimate goal is a paid position on the Board of an SME or you want to use your skills to support a local charity on a pro-bono basis you will find plenty of  possibilities at one of the next events to meet organisations who can make good use of your business experience and provide you with a rewarding and stimulating personal development opportunity.

For more information about future events contact Tony Stubbs (tony.stubbs@executive-transitions.net)

May 182012
 

Not-for-profit and charity organisations – where else can you meet prospective Non-Executive Directors and Trustees but at the South West’s only Non-Executive Directors Careers Fair?

Book your Free place now!

The next Executive Transitions NED Careers Fair, hosted by Foot Anstey is on Tuesday 26 June at the 100 Victoria Street, Bristol BS1 6HZ from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.

If you are a not-for-profit or charity you can book your free place which will include:

  • Space for a pop-up banner
  • Introductory speaking slot
  • Delegates list
  • Free entrance for you and 2 colleagues

 

 

 

 

You will meet experienced executives looking for non-executive and trustee positions and have the opportunity to talk informally about your organisation and the roles you are looking to fill.

 

To reserve you place contact Tony Stubbs (tony.stubbs@executive-transitions.net or 07879695635)

If you are a for-profit organisation looking to recruit non-executives, contact Tony for the latest rates.

 Posted by at 11:24 am
Apr 192012
 

Following an afternoon learning how to embark on a Non-Executive Director career, the first cohort of the Executive Transitions Non-Executive Director programme were introduced to six organisations who between them were looking to fill over 20 Non-Executive or Trustee positions.This innovative event, held at the Future Inns Hotel, Bristol on Wednesday 18 April 2012 provided a unique opportunity to bring together experienced executives looking for their first Non-Executive appointment and voluntary organisations with Board vacancies to fill.
Non-Executive Director (NED) positions are increasing in number across sectors, but with a large pool of applicants per position, it is a very competitive marketplace and often you cannot be a NED unless you already are one - so how do you get started?Education, experience and reputation are key to success, but a viable career development strategy is also vital to anyone looking for a NED career.The half-day course runs in conjunction with the Executive Transitions' full-day NED Course, but can also be accessed separately by people wishing to gain new tools in NED career development and marketing.  The course gives an in-depth insight into content marketing, social marketing and media, application processes, job creation, CV building and job sources to help delegates develop a strategy that gives them a sustainable route to market.
The course, delivered by Edward Lobbett (seen in the picture above) is aimed to help delegates:

  • Build their reputation through on and offline content
  • Network more effectively
  • Develop their CV and experiences to make them more attractive as a candidate
  • Assess more effectively the type of NED positions available
  • Understand how to convert contacts into NED roles
  • Develop an overall approach to the NED market
The taught part of the course was followed by an informal NED Careers Fair where representatives from 6 voluntary and not-for-profit organisations were on hand to talk to delegates about the live opportunities that are available.Executive Transitions runs NED courses and careers events on a regular basis - check the course and events pages on our web-site to book your place on the next course or event.
Feb 282012
 

Career Transitions Courses and Events Programme for Spring 2012 kicks off on Wednesday 28 March with a 1 day course: 'How to become an effective Non-Executive Director'.

This is followed by the Non-Executive Directors careers event on Wednesday 18 April.

A complete listing of courses and events for the next three months is shown below - click on the links for more details and information about how to book.

Date Description Venue Booking
28th March NED course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
18th April NED Careers event Future Inns Bristol Book Here
25th April Consulting Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
9th May Consulting Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
26th April Interim Management Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
10th May Interim Management Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
2nd May Career Development Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
16th May Career Development Course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here
23rd May Coaching and Consulting Clinic Future Inns Bristol Book Here
23rd May NED course UWE Bristol Business School Book Here

Book before 11th March to secure PCD delegate rates & Early Bird discounts 

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