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Proven Recipes for Business Success

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Robert Craven of The Directors’ Centre has teamed up with TV star Tom Herbert of Hobbs House Bakery to bring business owners a morning of business insights, entitled ‘Proven Recipes for Business Success’.

This informal yet stimulating morning brings together two best-selling experts in their fields. They will literally be sharing their secrets of success. The one-off, Chipping Sodbury event will take place on the morning of 4th October and will include breakfast and an informal sit-down lunch with Robert and Tom.
During the event Tom will discuss his journey from student baker to TV personality and the lessons he has learned on the way. Tom is best-known as the celebrity chef and star of the popular Channel 4 programme The Fabulous Baker Brothers. Hobbs House has grown steadily opening new retail outlets, building an online business and becoming a nationally acclaimed brand through their TV shows and best-selling cookery books. 

Robert will take businesses through the ‘Bright Marketing’ methodology from his book of the same name; it has been used to create hundreds of exceptional brands and improve many others.

This workshop is aimed at business people who want to learn how to grow their businesses. The content and lessons will be applicable to all businesses and will be especially beneficial to people working within, or looking to work in, the service, food and catering industries.
Robert says, “This is not a cooking or baking course although we will talk about baking I am sure; it is all about how to grow a business – practical solutions; tangible results.”

Event Details
When: Friday 4th October 2013
Where: Hobbs House Cookery School, 39 High Street, Chipping Sodbury, BS37 6BA
Price: £100 +VAT
http://robert-craven.com/recipe-for-business-success.php Tel: 01225 851044

Source: The Director’s Centre

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