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Will K.'s Profile
How to become a more confident and effective networker
Will has qualified as a chartered accountant in 1971, aged 23 and stayed in practice for the following 30 years.
He ended his accountancy career as the senior partner on merger with a national firm on May 31 2000. The next day he set up his company in the UK to show people in the professional, financial and service-based communities how to attract more business and clients.
How does he do that?
By helping them become more confident and effective networkers. "Marketing selling and promotion is anathema to and uncomfortable for these people, I show them just how easy it all is", says he. "And, as a result of the new knowledge gained, they get all the new business they want."
In today's highly competitive world, being a confident and effective networker sets you apart from the crowd. You become more visible, always feel in control and will always create more business opportunities than the average. 99% of people dread this vital activity; this session will help you overcome all your fears and concerns.
He helps people in the professional, financial and academic communities get more business by showing simple step-by-step processes how to work a room and follow up potential opportunities. It's not selling, it's relationship building and, yes, it can be great fun when you approach it with a positive mind.
How to become outstanding at business networking
How to work a room
How to feel comfortable making the follow up call
How to run a profitable and succesful event
How to present with passion, power and poise
His clients include:
Allied Irish Bank, Hammonds, Alliance & Leicester, HSBC, Baker Tilly, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Bank of Ireland, Lambert Smith Hampton, Barclays Bank plc, Manchester Metropolitan University, Bibby Factors, Middlesex University, BT Scotland, NatWest Bank plc, Cobbetts, Solicitors, Pannone Solicitors, Daily Telegraph, PricewaterhouseCoopers, E.C Harris Property Consultants, Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Ernst & Young, Skipton Building Society, Eversheds, Yorkshire Bank plc, Girobank, Hundreds of SME's, Grant Thornton, Bank of England, Lloyds TSB