Norfolk business club launches after hit Channel 4 series
Norfolk business coach and chair of Norwich Lanes, Roger Pemberton, is launching a business-coaching club next month to give business owners an opportunity to discuss sales, strategies and ideas.
Roger says: “As well as being entertaining, the reality show reveals the positive benefits of problem sharing. Taking a step back and getting others opinions can really help you to regain a fresh perspective and talking to people who have been there and done it can prove invaluable.”
Starting on 21st January at the Norwich Family Golf Centre, the monthly sessions will focus on a collective approach to learning through sharing ideas.
Research has shown that using a business coach increases profit margins by an average of 46 per cent*, as well as lowering stress levels, increasing self-confidence and improving goal setting skills.
Roger adds: “When you start up on your own, you may feel like you need to have all the answers and believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness but it isn’t. The message I really want to get out to businesses is don’t struggle on your own and get external opinions as they may be going through exactly the same thing.”
Sessions take place every month and run from midday until 2pm from 21st January at The Norwich Family Golf Centre, Dunham Road, Easton, Norwich, NR9 5GA. To find out more, call Roger on 07511969690 or e-mail rogerpemberton@
Notes to editors
Roger Pemberton is chair of Norwich Lanes, a board member of the Norwich Business Improvement District and a business coach with Action Coach. He works with businesses across Norfolk including independent firm British Wild Flower Plants.
Roger is launching a Profit Club which gives business owners a chance to meet every month to learn and discuss new business, strategies, ideas and share experiences. Sessions begin in January 2013 and take place at Norwich Family Golf Centre. To find out more, visit www.actioncoach.com/
For further information, contact Catrina Laskey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 219 191.