"I wanted to find a way to share the skills, strategies and secrets I have used to generate millions in revenue with other business owners, "
Business owners in Manchester are invited to a free Social Media and Business Summit, which takes place at Crowne Plaza on Tuesday 28th January.
Part of a UK-wide tour, the event will be hosted by award-winning author and entrepreneur Adam Stott and US business coach Damien Elston and show those who attend how they can use major social media networks to generate leads, increase brand awareness and grow their business.
Adam started his first business aged 25 from home when he was still living with his Mum. In just nine years, he had grown the business to a turnover of more than £33.9 million and was included in the Financial Times Top 100 Businesses to Inspire Britain for three consecutive years. Adam was also an early pioneer of lead generation through social media and has sold more than £50 million worth of product and services. He is now an international speaker and business coach and runs events all over the world through his company Big Business Events.
Damien has taught business, property and wealth creation strategies for more than 20 years, as well as coaching some of the world’s most successful speakers and presenters who have gone on to create more than $300 million in revenue.
“I wanted to find a way to share the skills, strategies and secrets I have used to generate millions in revenue with other business owners,” said Adam. “These events are a great way to do this. This event in Manchester has the potential to be life-changing for those that come along. It will be full of high-quality, top-level content ideas designed to help your business create more brand awareness, generate more leads, have more meaningful conversations with your desired customers, increase your profits and instil you with the success mindset that all top CEOs possess – and it is all free!”
The event will take place at Crowne Plaza, Oxford Road, 55 Booth Street, Leeds, M15 6PQ from 10am until 4pm. For more information and to book your place, see https://bigbusinessevents.co.uk/events/.