Hosted by Sage UK, 2nd Oct 8.30am - 4.30pm, you are invited to join industry experts, local businesses and partnerships sharing insights on overcoming the challenges to ‘scaling up’
In 2014, Sherry Coutu’s ‘Scale-Up Report’ revealed that although the UK was very good at starting businesses, it wasn’t very good at helping them grow or ‘scale-up’ compared to other countries.
Business growth isn’t linear. Whether you’re in a period of rapid expansion, or you’ve grown steadily over several years, your business tools and processes may have become disjointed to seamlessly cover all areas of your operations while providing you with valuable insights.
We believe Sage is uniquely placed to help your business become a scaleup*. By using Sage's network of business experts and Sage technology as the enabler to better, faster working practices that will streamline all of your business operations, from supply chain to business intelligence, accounting processes and stock management.
To do this, we would like to invite you to join us at one of our exclusive ‘Sage Scaleup Summits’ to experience the following :
Venue: The Edinburgh International Conference Centre, EH3 8EE
Date: Wed Oct 2nd : 8:30 - 16:30
*The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development) defines a ‘scaleup’ as an enterprise with average annual growth or turnover greater than 20% per annum over 3 consecutive years & with more than 10 employees at the beginning of the period.
Irene is the CEO and a board director to the ScaleUp Institute. A former senior banker at Standard Chartered Bank where she heads both European and global managing director roles, she set up, ran and scaled several of the banks key client and product businesses and led several global M&A activities.
Founder of SuperJam, Co-Founder of Beer52.com
Fraser is the founder of Superjam Ltd and supplies 100 % fruit jam, peanut butter and other healthy foods to supermarkets in the UK and South Korea. SuperJam has grown into a company that has sold many millions of jars through thousands of supermarkets around the world.