The Supper Club is hosting an event on Making the most of your talent at The Engine Shed in Bristol on Wednesday September 26 from 2.30-6pm, as part of its scaleup tour.
The event will include a panel of high growth entrepreneurs sharing insights on how they have accelerated growth.
This interactive and insightful discussion on entrepreneurial tactics to recruit the right people, encourage the right behaviours, and create a scaleup culture will be followed by networking drinks to connect with other scaleups in the region.
The panel includes Derek Moore, founder of Coffee & TV, who will explain how his investment in workspace and technology has increased engagement and productivity.
Ally Maughan, founder of People Puzzles, will share insights on how founders can overcome the dysfunctions and obstacles to building a high performing team. Adam Greenwood, the founder of Greenwood Campbell will show how he used vision, values and culture to improve recruitment and retention.
The panel will be joined by Steve Ashworth, a specialist in employment tax at Smith & Williamson, which is sponsoring the event. Steve will share expert insight on employee incentives and the tax implications of different workforce models.
Andrew Scott, CEO of Business Leader – which is media partner for the event – will also join the panel to talk about how he has optimised talent to scale.
This event is free for Business Leader members via this link with the code TSC100 – so book now to confirm your place. If you have any questions about the event, contact Federica Bellesso at firstname.lastname@example.org.