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Action Stations For Wellington Business Expo

Action Stations For Wellington Business Expo

Action International is giving visitors to The Business Opportunities and Franchise Expo this month something juicy to enjoy after lunch – free business growth tips. Experienced Action International business coaches will lead the seminars, 'Five Steps to Super Profit', to be held at 1pm on both days of the expo.

The 30-minute seminars are packed with straightforward tips and ideas on how to increase the profits of an existing business, or how to launch a new business on the path to success. They offer a no-charge, no-obligation insight on how to tap into unrecognised profit-sources in just a few easy steps.

"The expo gives us a great chance to talk to people who are seeking fresh ideas to turn their hard work into healthy, sustainable profits - and give them free advice," says Action International general manager and business coach Martin Jimmink.

"Business coaching can make a huge difference to the working life of a business owner," he says. "It can have a sweeping effect on the way the business functions: a big reduction in stress, a much happier working environment, properly functioning systems, better turnover, and increased profit.

"But that's not all: to my mind, the biggest advantage of all is the fact that it often results in business owners having more time. That means fewer hours at work, more time for the family, for hobbies and relaxation - all of which results in a much happier and healthier individual."

Action International business coaches will also be available at the Action International stand both days of the expo for a one-to-one chat and business advice on specific matters that visitors may wish to discuss with them.

The Action team at the expo will also be happy to offer advice for inspired people who are contemplating combining a business with a career in business coaching.

The Business Opportunities and Franchise Expo is to be held from 10am to 5pm on September 23 and 24 at the Lower Hutt City Town Hall, Wellington.

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Action International, based in Brisbane, Queensland, is one of the fastest-growing international franchises and the largest business coaching company in the world. The company was established in 1993 in Australia by a young visionary named Brad Sugars, who recognized that most owners of small- and medium-sized businesses are unaware of how to grow their businesses effectively and thus achieve their goals.

Determined to help, Brad developed a comprehensive but uncomplicated way of showing business owners how to go about achieving their goals and realizing their dreams. Since then, his methods have helped thousands of business owners including those in New Zealand and across the world.

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