Developing partnership through coaching projects
BGCN’s friendly business coaching inspires innovation, knowledge and business growth
We offer a pool of professional, diverse and friendly mentors. All our coaches can be easily skill matched for different specification and project requirements, budgets and expertise.
Due to the size of our network, we can offer organisations of all sizes, a broad range of UK-wide experts; each providing specialist knowledge and experience.
We provide the right coach for your project scope
Peer mentoring & group sessions
Our facilitating skills ensure attendees get results
We know how to bring out the best in leaders
How we help
We regularly partner with the enterprises we help, continuing to create and deliver projects together. Equipping different industry sectors, individuals and businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to improve development and business growth.
Our latest projects:
- Supporting hospitality and retail with digital advice in response to Covid-19
- Assisting enterprise centres to target start-ups requiring funding
- Developing business with turnover above £100k to grow further
- Mentoring and teaching young people in university looking to start a business
BGCN also collaborate with our large collective of trusted partners to effectively deliver specialist skills and insight to projects.
Current and previous organisations we have partnered alongside
The BGCN Peer Group Programme
We offer online and face to face delivery of the following business coaching services:
SimpleClick is a website and mobile app developer. For the past fifteen years, as a technical web agency, the team at SimpleClick has worked with clients to improve the user experience and take customers on a seamless journey through different systems with their expertise in technical integration.
Waller Transport Services, with its Head Office based in Ipswich, manage global logistics for their clients. As a family business providing transportation solutions since 1966, the
When Charlotte and Luke Giddings launched Brownie and the Bean in 2019, they had no idea of what 2020 had in store. Yet support from
This is no shaggy-dog tail; here’s how Jon Kay utilised BGCN to help continue building on his successful enterprise. Little did Jon Kay know when