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Entrepreneurial Group Meeting

Non-Member Price £0.00 excl. VAT

Places available: 18
Date13 March 2013
Time18:30 - 20:00
LocationThreepipe, 1st Floor, 53 Parker Street, London, WC2B 5PT
 

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Entrepreneurial Group Meeting

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The next PRCA  Entrepreneurial Group meeting will take place on 13th March. 

We have managed to organise a great speaker who comes from a completely different sector unrelated to PR

Part of the feedback from our initial meeting is that we would be keen to hear from people who had started, grown and exited their businesses, regardless of the sector. 

So, after a great initial meeting with Graham Goodkind of Frank PR we turn our attention to the online property market!

In his twenties, Robert Hamilton set up www.instantoffices.co.uk in 1999 and this year sold a stake to a private equity group

He has built a hugely successful business which is dominant in the UK, Australian and Asian markets by creating a service which brings together the fragmented serviced office market

Last I heard they were providing Regus in the UK with almost 50% of their business leads, employing over 150 people around the world, and handling a lot of Government contracts

He has won numerous entrepreneurial awards along the way and is now an investor into high growth businesses

A brief biog can be found here: http://www.instantoffices.com/solutions/management.aspx?id=7

This meeting is only open for PRCA members who are heads of agencies that are independently owned. If you would like to attend please email Jim Hawker



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