Pivoting and diversification: Staying ahead and changing at pace with NatWest

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When so much time and effort – not to mention money – is invested in establishing business models and processes, it can be difficult when forced to change these. But embracing a culture of regular research, feedback and learning is crucial to developing a business model that allows you to adapt and deliver at the same pace as a changing market. In this webinar we’ll consider how pivoting is a useful exercise to practise regularly, and look at testing market trends and customer behaviours to identify opportunities to pivot.

Delivered by Charlie Tunnard

Charlie Tunnard is the Local Enterprise Manager at NatWest for Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby and surrounding areas. In his role Charlie works as a local connector for SMEs working with local communities to support entrepreneurs and businesses develop and grow.

Charlie has more than 10years of experience of working in the banking and finance sector. He also has a Professional Banker Certificate from the Chartered Banker Institute.

Booking details

This is session will take place online over Zoom. You will receive a reminder and a Zoom meeting link in advance the week before. If you are unable to attend, please cancel your space as soon as possible by emailing BIPC@nottinghamcity.gov.uk.

The Business & IP Centre Nottinghamshire (BIPC) is a partnership between Nottingham City, Inspire Libraries and the British Library. We are part of the BIPC National Network and provide free support to start up business owners, entrepreneurs, and inventors like you. We’ve a variety of webinars, mentoring and networking opportunities, as well as a range of business databases and resources to support your business needs. Whether you’re just starting out, need advice on protecting your intellectual property, or are ready to take the next step in your journey, we are here to help. It’s free to join and open to everyone.

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