Business Advice Sessions

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In these unprecedented times do you require advice or coaching for your business to ensure you survive and thrive?

Some business face huge challenges to survive with lack of work and others to cope with a spike in the demand for their services.

Chiltern Chamber’s Business Advice Sessions are delivered by advisors who have started and run their own businesses. This means that they have first-hand experience in overcoming the hurdles that may occur throughout the process of starting up or maintaining a business.

We will deliver these sessions over the telephone.

Whatever your business needs, Chiltern Chamber is here to support where we can.

For this period we have freed up enough time to offer 5 free business advice coaching sessions a week free of charge.

Chiltern Chamber’s Business Advice Sessions are useful for any type of business owner in any type of situation. You will receive the benefit of our advisors’ experience to give your business the best possible chance of success.

Any local business owner who would appreciate a business session would be welcome.

There is no charge, just sensible actions to put in place to help your business, and others, to survive and hopefully thrive.

So please feel free to use us for support, an ear to bend? or to get ideas on how to do the business stuff that will help.

What our members say:

Web-Clubs joined the Chiltern Chamber of Commerce in 2014. As well as providing a platform to promote our digital marketing services to other local businesses, it provides a valuable meeting place to swap ideas and to offer or receive valuable support. Unlike larger companies, that can be self-sufficient on services and expertise, smaller companies need to co-operate. The Chamber provides the medium to find trusted like-minded partners to work with. An added benefit is the opportunity through workshops and presentations to learn about new technologies, skills and to keep in informed about changes affecting the local business community.
Ralph Hilsdon, Marketing Manager, Web-Clubs