An Invitation to All Straight-Talking Newcastle Small Business Owners; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

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An Invitation to All Straight-Talking Newcastle Small Business Owners; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE


POP down your local for a free business advice session with Adam Soliman, founder and director of Charbrew and winner of Top Enterprise at the North East Blueprint business planning competition.

T-Mobile will even get the first couple of rounds... Event details: Free T-Mobile Straight-Talking Pub Session Wednesday, February 9 The Old George, Old George Yard, Newcastle, NE1 1EZ 5.30-8pm DID you know that a quarter of small business owners in Newcastle waste an hour of their day in conversation with suppliers, customers and partners not getting to the point and talking in jargon? This lack of straight talking is collectively costing the UK's small businesses almost three million working hours a week, or more than pounds 36m in wasted, meaningless conversations.* T-Mobile recently surveyed Newcastle small business owners about their attitude to lengthy business conversations and found that over a third of Geordies (37%) believe the North East to be most straight talking.

And when it comes to getting to the point, small business owners in Newcastle are less patient than most, with 78% switching off if they feel someone is not getting to the point within five minutes or less, compared to 74% nationally.

At T-Mobile we're doing our best to keep things simple and to the point. We see small businesses as the lifeblood of the UK economy and we want to make sure we're listening to your opinions and tailoring our services to your needs.

And so, we'd like to invite you to a local pub, the Old George, to join a group of Newcastle business experts and small business owners to share thoughts, ideas and tips on running a business in a straight-talking, direct way. …

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