Utility Warehouse Annual Conference – exciting weekend

Almost 8,000 team members will gather for the annual conference in Telford this weekend (Saturday 22/3 and Sunday 23/3).
The annual gathering is called Express Day and this will be the 18th such event and largest so far.
Utility Warehouse continues to grow in leaps and bounds with the weekend full of announcements, enhancements/improvements to services and recognition.
This years’ keynote speaker is Eric Worre and is recognised as both a thought leader and teacher, helping people build their confidence in our industry.
Utility Warehouse offers a range of services second to none within the United Kingdom for both residential and business use. They are services everyone uses – people do not need to be taught how to turn on heating or electricity, use their phones or computers, and this is why the commission continues to grow month by month with low churn rates.
Add in high street and online shopping, and the business becomes the ultimate in cash generation and therefore commission.
Which? magazine has recognised the services as Best Buy and the latest issue will highlight that Ultra (super fast broadband) from Utility Warehouse is the latest Best Buy.
This makes the offering of services to new customers so attractive.
Brilliantly there is no stock to hold and training is provided at over 55 venues around the United Kingdom.
To find out more about this exciting and profitable business, please visit http://www.future-biz.co.uk watch the short video and enter your details on screen to download a free money making report.
After the weekend, we will share all the great news from the annual conference.

Bingo – what a great place to network

This morning I attended the Sutton United FC Business Club monthly networking event – I was a guest of the organiser Jeremy Ramsden.

It was unusual, since it was held within Riva Sutton, Bingo Hall, and yes we all had a game too. Didn’t win, so no chance to shout: house.

There was informal networking over breakfast, some short presentations by members, more networking and then on our way.

Hosts at Riva were Nuala and Tony Lynch, and this is one of three locations they run around the United Kingdom.

All very modern with electronic cards now, nicely upholstered seats and plush carpet throughout. A hugely comfortable environment from what I can remember some thirty years ago.

I expect to meet them again and discuss some corporate ideas too.

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