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Seminar: Back to Boom? Building sustainable business wealth in an upturn

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The well-used proverb “cash is king” is never more true than during an upturn in the economy. As the market starts to pick up again, the most successful businesses will be that ones that shift from a purely profit and loss focus to a focus on building the assets that truly create truly sustainable wealth. And that refocus requires cash.

In this 45 minutes seminar, John Rosling will reveal, using numerous international examples, how successful businesses build transformational value into a recovery phase and the specific strategies needed to maximise opportunities in this new market dynamic. Those that make this transition boldly now will reap the full rewards of recovery, enhancing value and wealth while utilising available resources to their maximum.

John is CEO of Shirlaws the international business performance Group and author of two books on building successful entrepreneurial businesses ’More Money, More Time, Less Stress’ and ‘The Secrets of the Seven Alchemists’ (Harriman House). Delivered in conjunction with Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre of Entrepreneurial Learning and RBS Invoice Finance, this seminar intends to share Shirlaw’s methodology and provide an opportunity to put Judge’s students together with business leaders from across the East of England.”

Agenda: 1500 – 1530 Registration 1530 – 1630 Introduction and Seminar 1630 – 1730 Conclusions and networking (tea and coffee will be provided)

There are limited places available. Please book your place by 12th June. Email Ms Orsolya Ihasz at

This talk is part of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School series.

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