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Caribbean consultant launches new business service
Published on March 18, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- In response to continual requests for professional assistance from entrepreneurs and fledgling enterprises, leading Caribbean management consultant Dr Basil Springer has launched a new business service to help entrepreneurs turn their ideas and innovations into commercial success.

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Dr Basil Springer plans to help drive economic growth, one successful enterprise after another
Springer, who has spearheaded the development of the Caribbean Business Enterprise Trust's Shepherding Model™ for the past 12 years and pioneered the new Shepherding tool the ManOBiz Matrix™, is assembling a team of consultants under the "Nothing Beats Business Success" (NBBS) brand to help small and medium enterprises on their journey to sustainable business success.

"Shepherding (life coaching and business mentoring) has proven to help business owners mitigate the risk of business failure," said Springer, who added that the NBBS team of professionals and experienced business people will help entrepreneurs face and address the issues which are getting in their way, so that they can feel confident in making the right decisions.

"Our team at "Nothing Beats Business Success" is offering simple step-by-step planning and monitoring processes which, if carefully followed, can quickly put businesses on a path to sustained profitability," said Springer, the founder of Systems Caribbean Limited, one of the first indigenous-owned management consultancies which served the Caribbean for 23 years.

"Nothing Beats Business Success" offers free consultations (via email) and additional high value services through a traditional face-to-face model as well as online (via Skype) at affordable rates. The service aims to provide entrepreneurs with solutions to revitalize their businesses.

For further information, visit www.nothingbeatsbusiness.com
 
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