M19 associate Marwan Awar is hosting a free event on Saturday 10th March at the Revolution Bar in West St, Brighton. In it he aims to show you how to become a home-based travel agent and become part of a trillion-dollar industry.
So, if you love travel, want to be a part-time or full-time entrepreneur or looking to be your own boss, book a ticket as Marwan will show you how to accomplish setting up – including websites and access to weekly business training.
Marwan is an entreprenuer who has turned his passion for travel into a profession with the goal to help people change their lives through the power of entrepreneurship, e-commerce and the travel industry.
Turning problems into opportunities is a well-worn business adage. This is all the more testing when confronted by prospectors who seem to be stringing you along. What to do? Jonny Wills outlines four ways to deal with inexperienced clients to improve both sales and reputation and see opportunity as no problem
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Recently website guru Jonny Wills talked about the myths of search engine optimization, defining the things we actually need from it for our enterprises online. Here are some of the main points in more detail
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The resurrection of Brighton and Hove Albion as a formidable proposition for top flight football is not just about sport, it is also one of the great business success stories of the city. To mark the Albion's long-awaited ascension (after three attempts) from the Championship to the Premiership – an event that will bring both multi-millions to its revenues and the city's hospitality sector trade – we repost an article first written back in 2011, the year that saw the Seagulls take residence at the £75 million-pound Amex stadium, a move that saw them multiply club revenues fivefold. Detailing Albion's 14-year fight to exist, Jonny Wills' article assesses the real value of it's achievements with chief executive Martin Perry and the AITC's then commercial manager Barry McLaughlin
Get the most from our table networking feature with this simple guide for M19 newcomers and associates