Webinar: How to write (rewrite) your Business Plan – part one

Who will the session be useful for?

This webinar is aimed at Business managers whose operations have seen significant change and need to refocus their future plans, as well as those who are writing a plan for the first time. It will give you tools to take away and use to develop your own plan.

  • Take a step back – review your strategy

  • The benefits of writing a business plan

  • Aims, Objectives and Vision

  • PESTLE Analysis

  • SWOT Analysis

  • Resilience Strategy

Who is the Speaker?

Anita Thornberry – Executive Director, Haven Gateway Partnership and Director, Goldville Ltd

Anita’s career began in the City of London working on the foreign exchange markets. She then decided to change direction and work in economic growth and has held senior strategic leadership roles for the past 15 years.

Anita leads the Haven Gateway Partnership, setting strategic direction and overseeing its delivery. Anita also works as a consultant, advising organisations on strategic direction and leadership as well as writing bespoke strategies for them.

This webinar will be held using Zoom Meetings and the link will be in your ticket.

Each session has a host who will introduce the webinar and the speaker. We make use of the online chat and polls to aid interactivity and there is an opportunity for Q&As throughout the session.

The webinar will last no longer than an hour.

Organiser: Haven Gateway Partnership TALE project

The Haven Gateway Partnership are a public/private sector partnership encouraging economic growth and support for SMEs through projects such as Transport and Logistical Efficiencies (TALE). TALE supports businesses in the logistics sector or with a logistics function.

These webinars form part of the TALE offer.  Our Business Support Facilitators can work with you to help you identify areas where you can improve the efficiency or resilience of your business through better use of data.  As well as webinars, we can offer data diagnostics, one to one support and grants of up to £20,000 towards your data project.  TALE is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.