Business centers that help their clients succeed also add value to their serviced office brand. Avanta Managed Offices has proven time and again that it’s a master at adding value through adding knowledge to its client base.
Now, Avanta is reaching out to its target audience with an educational program that aims to help clients and potential clients do business smarter, faster and more efficiently.
Specifically, Avanta has rolled out the Grow Your Business Program for clients. As its name suggests, the Grow Your Business Program is a series of events designed to help small- to mid-size (SME) enterprises, as well as entrepreneurial start-ups, drive business growth.
“Running a company means you have to become an expert in all areas of business—whether it’s marketing, human resources, IT or PR,” says Alan Pepper, CEO of Avanta. “We’ve created a program of events to get clients talking to one another, sharing their own experiences, as well as benefitting from valuable advice on a number of areas crucial to the success of their growing business.”
The Grow Your Business Program officially starts at the end of September and runs through the end of October. During the series, Avanta will host breakfasts, dinners, networking events and seminars with notable speakers from different business backgrounds. The Grown Your Business Program promises to covering a wide range of topics, from advice on how to raise financing to communications workshops.
As part of the Grow Your Business Program, Avanta is also launching its Small Business Panel. The inaugural event will take place at Vanilla in London’s West End. Representatives from Avanta’s own SME client community will make up the panel. Panelists will discuss and debate the latest issues affecting UK businesses.
“Business centers that engage their clients with educational and networking resources are seeing the strategy pay dividends,” says Frank Cottle, chairman of ABCN. “Avanta is proving to many in the business center industry that adding value to clients adds value to the bottom line.”