Addressing the Business Elephants: Creating a Culture of Excellence (Eastbourne)

13th December
The View Hotel
8.30am – 1pm


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What you will learn...

Did you start your business and aim to be average? By comparing yourself to your immediate local peers, that probably is inadvertently what you are doing. The experts at this seminar will explore your ‘business elephants’ and what you can do about them to create a culture of excellence in every facet of your business. 

Why a culture of excellence matters to performance

Tim Rylatt, UK Growth Coach

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Tim Rylatt is a highly experienced business coach who has worked with more than 200 companies during the past 15 years. He is also the author of 3 books that address the topics of sales skills, strategic marketing, and business growth.

Unlike many coaches, Tim is also a business owner himself, as a director in two marketing agencies, as well as his own coaching firm (which is now also a franchise).

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Henry Laker, Growth by Design

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Henry is a highly experienced business owner and has been heading up businesses within the print, design and digital marketing sector for nearly 25 years.

He is known for being entertaining, direct, and creative, with a huge passion for results-driven marketing.

In 2018, the marketing agency he founded with co-director Tim Rylatt won the ‘Best New Business award for the Gatwick Diamond Area and most recently the award for Most Impactful SME Marketing Agency – South East 2023. 

During this time he has worked with hundreds of companies to help refine their brand presentation, lead generation, customer lifetime values and reputations. He has also co-authored two books on the subjects of marketing and business growth with Tim Rylatt.

Kirsti Peters, HR Dept

Kirsti Peters, HR Dept

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Kirsti is an HR Generalist with over 30 years of HR experience gained across multiple industries including retail, manufacturing, hospitality, quick service restaurants and Local Authorities. She has worked at a senior level advising on complex people concerns, cultural change, development, recruitment, and HR strategy.

Carrie Hall, Switchplane

Carrie Hall, Switchplane

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Emma Marsland, Plummer Parsons

Emma Marsland, Plummer Parsons

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Emma takes care of a portfolio of clients at Plummer Parsons, providing a full range of support from personal and corporate clients with annual accounts and tax compliance to regular monthly management accounts with business advice and support.

She has considerable experience in Sage Line 50, providing clients with telephone assistance as well as personal training sessions. Emma is a certified user of Xero and QuickBooks online and will guide clients through the benefits that cloud based solutions can bring to your business.


We've made time for lunch!

Lunch is provided in the main restaurant and please let us know any dietary requirements at least a week before the event.

The indicative schedule for the training event is as follows:

8.30 – 9am ——  Arrival and coffee

9am – 9.10am ——  Welcome and housekeeping

9.10am – 9.50am – Speaker 1 presentation 

9.50am – 10.30am – Speaker 2 presentation

10.30am – 10.40am – Tea and coffee break

10.40am – 11.20am —– Speaker 3 presentation

11:20am – 12pm —– Speaker 4 presentation

12pm – 12.40pm —– Speaker 5 presentation

12.40pm – 1pm —— Lunch

Location & venue

The View Hotel, Eastbourne

With purpose-built and modern meeting rooms, that have views across the seafront and beach, The View Hotel offers great service alongside a great location.

Please be aware there is no dedicated parking at the hotel. There is limited on-street parking (availability and time allowed!) so we would recommend parking at the nearby NCP car park or equivalent.

The View Hotel
Grand Parade, Eastbourne 
East Sussex, BN21 4DN

All proceeds from the events will go to The Chaseley Trust.

The Chaseley Trust is a unique, independent charity-owned, 55-bed nursing home.  They specialise in long-term nursing and respite care for people with complex disabilities, such as Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injury, stroke, spinal cord injury and degenerative neurological conditions such as Huntington’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone and Parkinson’s disease.

We are delighted to be able to support this charity.

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