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Business group relaunches to support businesses in Covid-19 recovery


The Business Mastermind Group, which is led by accountancy firm Burgis & Bullock, is running free weekly webinars to help business owners navigate out of the crisis.

Business group relaunches to support businesses in Covid-19 recovery


"Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many businesses are focused on recovery and having a strong network of like-minded individuals will certainly help with that."
Sean Farnell



A group based in Leamington is bringing business owners together to help drive sustained recovery from Covid-19.

The Business Mastermind Group, which is led by accountancy firm Burgis & Bullock, is running free weekly webinars to help business owners navigate out of the crisis.

The group was launched in 2017 to bring business owners and leaders together from a wide range of sectors for presentation, discussions and action planning to improve their businesses.

The leaders of the group - which include representatives from Burgis & Bullock, Enquir3 and Your Growth Partner – have worked together during lockdown to shape a new offering to support businesses.

It includes a free membership option which will provide access to the free weekly webinars, which will be delivered by sector leaders and experts.

Partner businesses include CLEAR Insurance Management, Melt Design, Utilitrack and Xynics Data Solutions.

Sean Farnell, partner at Burgis & Bullock, says that it is crucial for businesses to have guidance as they implement recovery plans and hopes the Business Mastermind Group will support businesses through those plans.

He said: “We have been running the group for over three years now and have had a number of great success stories, with business owners using the group to move their company forward.

“Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many businesses are focused on recovery and having a strong network of like-minded individuals will certainly help with that.

“Some businesses will not be of the size to have an executive board to discuss ideas so after joining, the group can act as a non-executive board.

“We have introduced the free option to be able to provide guidance to all businesses in these difficult times.

“If business owners take something away from the webinars, they can then look to join and take advantage of the full benefits of the expert, tailored support available through the group.

“It’s more important than ever that business owners have access to the guidance required to make properly informed decisions before taking effective action.”

To find out more about the Burgis & Bullock Business Mastermind Group visit www.bb-bmg.uk/membership

PICTURED: Sean Farnell (centre) with members of the Business Mastermind Group. Photo was taken pre-Coronavirus.

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