P three Business Development Inc. announces Open Registration for major business conference in the Caribbean
Bridgetown, Barbados – August 27th, 2015 – P three Business Development Inc. announces today that registration is open for Innovate •Compete •Grow: Unlock the Secrets of the Corporate Lifecycle, a two-day business strategy conference to be held at Accra Beach Hotel, Barbados on the 29th and 30th October 2015. A discount of US $100 is available for conference attendees who register on or before September 25th, 2015.
The conference, geared toward business executives and leaders of private, not-for-profits and Government departments, forms part of a 2015 Corporate Lifecycle world tour with other events being held in London, UK as well as in Singapore.
Conference organiser, Founder and Managing Director of P three Business Barbara Dennis, said that “all companies have a lifecycle – they are born, grow, age, die and each Lifecycle stage presents unique challenges. How well you address each of these challenges determines the success or failure of your company… by attending this conference you can expect to identify your company’s lifecycle position, pinpoint the associated challenges you must overcome to move to the next stage of development and create breakthrough strategies that can be implemented for immediate impact.”
Lead facilitator is USA-based business lifecycle expert Stephen Phipps. With over 25 years’ global experience at “CEO” level Operational Leadership, Global Organizational Development, Turnaround and Restructuring, as well as Financial Management (from start-ups to $300M+ companies), Mr. Phipps has led emerging growth companies to the next stage of development.
He has held senior positions at Cathay Pacific Airways, Jardine, Matheson, DHL Worldwide Express, Reed International Publishing and Sylvan Prometric. Mr. Phipps said, “I am committed to putting these proven Corporate Lifecycle tools and technologies into the hands of growth oriented leaders
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