Enterprise membership meets in particular person for first time
Anton Gunter from Global Freight Services, Nicole Gunter from Nicole Gunter WealthServices, Dr. Angela Willis from Edvocation Services and Johnny Themans from Good2Great
Bridgnorth-based consulting firm Good2Great founded the Shropshire Growth Club in April last year to help county businesses look beyond the lockdown.
The initiative has proven itself: Since then, around 60 members have been meeting online every week to take part in virtual peer group meetings, seminars, networking and master classes.
Good2Great Director Johnny Themans stated that the Growth Club was designed for county companies that had to reassess their entire operations in the face of the pandemic.
“We’re thrilled with the club’s development over the past 15 months, with companies from a dog biscuit bakery to global transportation specialists joining us.
“It was great to see everyone online at our regular Zoom events, but nothing beats meeting in person and we all really enjoyed this chance to meet each other at our informal get-together in Bridgnorth that we repeat every quarter get to know better.” .
“The Growth Club is affordable and perfect for business owners who feel the need for guidance and support as they navigate challenging times. You will have access to a dedicated, success-oriented coach and join a group of like-minded owners with similar ambitions. “
Nicole Gunter of Nicole Gunter Wealth Services said she found the club extremely useful over the past year.
She said, “Our meetings were very useful in terms of knowledge sharing and networking and it was great to see people at the event after so many Zoom meetings.”
Members are supported by a newly developed virtual coaching app called Business Monitor, developed by Good2Great with a grant from the Shropshire Council, which enables start-up businesses to access a range of free benefits.