I've Got the Scars to Help Others, Says Start-Ups Expert; IN ASSOCIATION WITH Rensburg Sheppards Investment Management Former BT Man Links Up with Entrepreneurs in New Business Advice Service

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I've Got the Scars to Help Others, Says Start-Ups Expert; IN ASSOCIATION WITH Rensburg Sheppards Investment Management Former BT Man Links Up with Entrepreneurs in New Business Advice Service


Byline: BY ALEX TURNER Daily Post Business Staff

A FIRM which brings together specialist business advisers to help new-start-ups and high growth enterprises has launched in Liverpool.

The Delivery Practice has set up office in Castle Street, where its 41 staff and associate advisers offer a tailored consultancy for entrepreneurs across a range of sectors and disciplines.

It expects to reach a pounds 1m turnover in its first year of operation and is also preparing to take equity stakes in some of the companies it is advising.

The company has been founded by Andy Brown, former chief executive of BT Rich Media - which became BT Vision - where he created the first digital content distribution platform of its kind.

Mr Brown said: "This is a new model business, delivering the kinds of expert consultancy more often associated with large corporates to an SME market.

"I've spent my entire career in the City, but chose Merseyside to launch my new venture because there is a real culture of entrepreneurship and innovation here.

"The opening of our national base here in Liverpool marks a major step forward in the development of the company and we will look to use it as a springboard to greater successes in the future. …

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