– Roger James Hamilton will hold the UK debut of his Impact Meter assessment –
New York Times bestselling author and social entrepreneur, Roger James Hamilton, is set to visit Lancashire for a one-of-a-kind business workshop this February.
The international entrepreneur has had a hand in a number of billion dollar turnover companies, and will be speaking in the North West for the first time for 10 years, sharing his tips and techniques on profit making and purpose for businesses of all sizes.
This is the first time the interactive day-long workshop has been delivered in the UK. It will involve Roger discussing his new “Impact meter” – an assessment based system which involves seven practical steps to grow your business ten-fold, using a tiered enterprise system.
Each participant will discover where their business is currently against the scale, and how to implement the seven steps to growth, including how to increase their customer base, profits and impact, build a team and reclaim their time.
The futurist and social entrepreneur has also created a number of tools and resources for business owners to fine tune their business including; Entrepreneurs Institute, Entrepreneur Resorts and GeniusU, Wealth Dynamics, Wealth Spectrum and entrepreneur assessments, used by over 2 million entrepreneurs in 200 countries.
Roger James Hamilton will be hosted in the North West by Entrepreneurs for Good, a group of business leaders who hold monthly events in Manchester designed to connect the North West’s very own vibrant community of entrepreneurs, thought leaders and change-makers who want to increase profitability and the purpose of their company at the same time. The organisation has recently partnered with The Institute of Directors (IoD).
Typically home on a big stage, the intimate event will be limited to 200 people, with just 50 tickets remaining, the event is set to be a sell out show. The event will take place on 8:30am, 1 February 2018, at Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel, Blackburn. Tickets to the event are £33 for IoD members and £50 for non-members.
Tickets to the event are limited and can be purchased online at: North West Entrepreneur Fast Track