Friday 11th February 2011

Our sponsor today is Paul Shadbolt from Lloyds TSB Commercial Business Banking in Cambridge, who will be available to speak with local businesses owners about what they need in order for the bank to help with borrowing money and how the bank is able to help raise finance where needed.

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I am self-employed and work as a Freelance Marketing Program/Project Manager, Business Consultant, Executive Host and Networking Coach. If you have or are aware of any available work please get in touch. I am an out the box thinker with a can do attitude, enthusiastic, self-motivated, inquisitive and a bit of a nonconformist when it comes to accepting the status quo. I have over 15 years experience in International Digital Communications with a background that criss-crosses between strategic, commercial and technical decision-making. I take a pragmatic, tactical approach while always having a strategic overview of the task at hand. I am able to adapt my style in order to find solutions that can be applied to a businesses needs. I have extensive experience at moving complex projects ahead quickly and smoothly and I am able to engage with internal and external multi disciplinary teams from the client and agency perspective to deliver an excellent and compelling project that meets client's requirements. I have worked in a Client and Agency environment across all levels, advising stakeholders, management team, senior managers at board level and business owners from a variety of sectors; Information Technology and Telecoms, Multimedia, Events Management, Web Design, Web Development Performance and Optimisation, Adult, Publishing, Fashion, Political, Charitable and Voluntary, Property, Education and Training, Accounting, Debt Recovery, Management Consultancy, Fraud Prevention, Corporate Recovery and Turnaround, Professional Speaking, sectors on a free lance, part time, interim and contract basis.
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