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Innovation is a thrilling adventure that holds the key to your business’s future. However, it’s not without its challenges. Don’t worry, though! Our expert, Phil Curtis, is here to guide you through the intricacies of managing risks and setbacks while pursuing your innovative goals. By attending this webinar, you will gain invaluable insights into identifying potential pitfalls and developing effective contingency plans, empowering you to navigate the innovation landscape with confidence.
Picture yourself armed with the knowledge and strategies to overcome the obstacle that may stand in the way of your innovation journey. Our expert, Phil Curtis, will share his real-world experiences of avoiding. minimising and overcoming real-world problems. Discover the secrets to bouncing back from setbacks, turning them into stepping-stones for growth. Phil will introduce you to the tools needed to transform setbacks into fuel for progress.
Don’t let this incredible opportunity pass you by! Join us on the 22nd June and become part of a supportive community of like-minded entrepreneurs. Connect with fellow innovators, share experiences, and gain diverse perspectives during our interactive session. Build a strong support network that will be there to uplift and guide you on your innovation journey. Act now to secure your spot, as space is limited!
Phil Curtis (Director First Thirty Ltd)
Phil Curtis is a strategy and business growth advisor. A former KPMG Managing Consultant, and Enterprise Director in two AIM-listed technology plcs, he has a 30-year track record of advising, building, and managing innovative, technology-led businesses from entrepreneurial start-ups to multi-national Groups.
He covers the growth lifecycle from strategy through planning, growth, and transformation to achieve resilient operational performance with innovation and sustainability at the core. Using a hands-on and information-driven approach, Phil has worked with founders and leaders in space, energy, defence technology, transportation and government sectors in the UK, Europe, the Arabian Gulf, and the United States.