ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

How to Plan for Growth

To take your organisation to the next level and unlock your growth potential, you need a considered, informed strategy plan. Join Senior Lecturer in Strategy from the University of Sussex Business School, René Moolenaar and our very own Co-Founder Tom Ricca-McCarthy as they explain how to formulate the best growth strategy for your organisation.

With a combination of world-class business theory and examples and learning from real experiences, you’ll learn a number of strategic frameworks and models to help you understand where there is potential for growth and what will work best for your business.

Watch the webinar and learn:

  • Different strategic options and how to decide which is right for your organisation
  • How to use a range of tools to give you the insight needed to build your strategy
  • How to create strategic objectives and measurable goals
  • Ways to create time in the business to implement a growth strategy
  • How to structure a strategic plan and best practice for execution
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Our experts:

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René Moolenaar

Senior Lecturer at University of Sussex Business School and CFO, Crunch

René Moolenaar is a highly experienced CFO, board advisor and prominent academic in the field of marketing and strategy. René is the Chief Financial Officer at Crunch, an online accountancy software and service provider. Alongside that role, René is Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Strategy at the University of Sussex Business School and holds a number of Board positions. His experience ranges from engineering and manufacturing, media, professional services, education and property.

Tom Ricca-McCarthy, Co-founder Lucidity strategy software

Tom Ricca-McCarthy

Co-Founder, Lucidity

Co-Founder of Lucidity, Tom is an experienced CEO with a long & successful track record in the technology sector. He has achieved recognition in The Times SME Fastrack for International Growth and 4 years in the Times Top 100 SMEs. He is a non-executive at a number of businesses and a Mentors pro-bono at a growth fund advising early stage technology businesses in the social, environment and health sectors. Tom is highly experienced in leading turnaround and growth. He is also a published author with Oxford University Press.