Business value creation
Ade Awokoya presents the business value creation workshop at NatWest
Find out how I can provide a business value framework that suits your customer segment and get assistance with various issues e.g.
► Analyse your business and highlight the bottlenecks.
► Build up your capacity to transact and execute business.
► Support to goglobal and grow your business profit margin
Transform your business using the value proposition canvas, using data structures , to understand what customers are looking for, at the right time and ensure your business delivers profit.
Your business value challenges solved
Get help and adjust to new ways of working, since my services can be delivered remotely, and provide an opportunity for you to talk through challenges you are facing, work through points of tension or use the session as a space to explore how to approach change.
During your session we’ll uncover the many ways to help you solve top business challenges.
Get support to grow your business profit margin. Tel 07944070840 .
Email email@example.com for business coaching to improve your performance.I provide a business framework that suits your customer segment and can assist with business growth
“Ade is a great guy and has always been happy to share ideas, methods and techniques to help move my business forward”
“Ade’s presentation, showed a firm grasp of his subject and was able to add insight & commentary to the process appropriately”
“Ade is full of ideas and an eye for detail which means that nothing gets missed & the end result is always right with in-depth analysis.”
I have supported UK Business with planning & strategy. Services provided to NatWest Bank, City Business Library, URICA Ltd, Enterprise Nation, Bright Ideas Trust, East Thames Ltd, Department for International Trade, Business Mentoring Meetup and many others since 2010
My career spans across a breadth of sectors;
Export Finance, Information Technology, Banking,Manufacturing, Oil & Gas
Previous positions with UK Export Finance, GE Finance (USA) and Chevron Inc, ICI Plc, Etex Group and Commerce Bank (Nigeria).