PRLog - Oct. 25, 2010 - WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Boost Business coaching is looking to appoint coaches to all areas of New Zealand. Boost currently has coaches in the lower North island and is currently following up with interested people in the rest of New Zealand.
Wellington Business Coach
As far as NZ is concerned Boost Business Coaching New Zealand is looking to appoint coaches in other populated parts of New Zealand such as Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch.
“We are looking to partner with entrepreneurs and open business coaching franchises all over New Zealand” says Boost Business Coaching New Zealand CEO Jeff Smith. The great part of this is that we are partnering so there are no upfront astronomical fees or costs associated with becoming part of the Boost Business Coaching New Zealand team
The recession has hit parts of New Zealand hard. However, companies we’ve coached have managed to increase their success, despite the economic situation.
It’s been shown that companies that hire a business coach vastly improve their business. In addition, the market has seen a demand for business coaching in the last few years in New Zealand, and business coaching is the second fastest growing industry in the world.
Boost Business coaches help companies get organised, focus on goals, and ultimately help the client achieve rapid success.
Boost Busines Coaching New Zealand is looking to partner with consultants, accountants or entrepreneurs who genuinely aspire to be a leaders in thier local communities. Boost has the proven pathway to get your Boost presence off the ground and are different than the usual franchise model in that our coaches become shareholders in the master franchise success. A Boost franchise can also be bolted on to existing businesses
We are also keen to hear from former coaches who are keen to hit the ground running with plenty of qualified leads and appointments to start working on
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Boost BusineSs Coaching is New Zealand's Business Growth company to New Zealand small businesses