The Business GP is the brainchild of Marc Lawn, a highly regarded business practitioner who has worked at senior level within 9 industry sectors, from soft drinks to cars, property to oil. His experience and understanding of issues ranging from HR and marketing to operations and sales is widely regarded, and his approach to tackling the causes, not just the symptoms of business problems provides some of the best advice SMEs and entrepreneurs will find.
The service is incredibly simple and easy for businesses to use. Customers (patients) book an hours appointment with Marc, either bringing their problem with them to discuss or, if they prefer, emailing a summary of the issue to be tackled in advance. Pulling on his years of experience and focused problem-solving, Marc will then provide a diagnosis and outline an instantly-actionable plan that the business owner can take and apply for instant results.
A website www.thebusinessgp.com – is also available for online advice and follow-up sessions with Marc.
Marc says: The Business GP is the equivalent of pay-as-you-go business support. Too often, businesses pay for long, drawn out consultancy that has no immediate impact, no defined start or end point and no upper limit on how much it costs. Business GP does exactly what it says: offers quick diagnosis of a problem and a prescription for solving it thats instantly actionable.
From March 01, Marc will be offering Business GP sessions in Central London for just £350, or anywhere in the UK for the same fee plus expenses to cover travel. This will cover diagnosis and a package of actionable advice. Follow-up sessions and longer term projects can also be arranged, subject to availability and negotiation.
About Marc Lawn
Marc is a regular expert contributor to The Telegraphs Business Club, where he offers advice to a range of businesses seeking answers to complex problems.
Marss career history includes permanent, interim and consultancy roles across 9 industry sectors (food, leisure, retail, automotive, oil, fmcg, electronics, media, & broadcast). He has worked in the UK and Globally, with international assignments that include the Middle East, North America, Africa and Asia. He has also worked across the commercial functions, HR and operations.