4 February, 2019
By Peter Searle
Peter worked in construction before becoming a Business Doctor in 2015. He was a director at Kier for the last 10 years of his corporate life, with P&L responsibility for three profit centres and a combined turnover of £70m, in Kent. He decided to become a Business Doctor, as he noticed, the mainly SME, supply chain would benefit from having practical, no-nonsense business support which was not available to them. His practical knowledge of managing finance, staff, contract relationships, marketing, quality control and organisation structures is backed up with an MBA gained whilst working at a senior level.
Business knowledge is transferable across all sectors and Peter’s clients fall into three main categories:
Peter has a large diverse network of contacts to draw on which adds an invaluable asset when required to assist a client.
If, you would like a no-obligation meeting to discuss the issues which are preventing you from achieving your business vision, invite him round to have a chat. Please make sure the kettle is on when he arrives. If he can help, he will, if he thinks someone else is more suitable to offer advice, he’s sure to know that person and will introduce you.
Peter is a regular contributor to the national business press:
Balancing act - an article about familiy businesses.
The advantages of buying a franchise http://smallbusiness.co.uk/one-former-company-director-took-franchise-arm-2534136/
Should you work with a mentor? http://www.businessvisionlive.com/news/should-you-work-with-a-mentor/