Im­prove your busi­ness with the help of Robin Martin

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

Do you need help to im­prove your bot­tom line with tar­geted sup­port for your busi­ness? Then look no fur­ther than Robin Martin.

Pro­fes­sional, ap­proach­able and re­sults­driven, Robin has made a name for him­self as as the man to call upon for busi­ness ad­vice.

Robin is proud to of­fer com­mer­cial, strate­gic and mar­ket­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in a va­ri­ety of busi­ness sec­tors, with his ex­pe­ri­ence in these ar­eas backed up by a BA from Can­ter­bury Univer­sity and MBA (Fi­nance and Mar­ket­ing) from Cran­field Univer­sity in Eng­land.

Robin will work with you to help grow your busi­ness, as well as pro­vide coach­ing and ad­vi­sory ser­vices, all the while get­ting down to the nitty-gritty of the busi­ness to de­ter­mine what needs fixed or changed.

‘‘I aim to de­fine and cor­rect prob­lems, get down to the root cause of the prob­lem, of­fer knowl­edge­able strate­gic and prac­ti­cal ad­vice, and I’m well versed in strate­gic is­sues and event plan­ning,’’ Robin says.

Robin’s ex­pe­ri­ence in gen­eral man­age­ment, tourism, re­tail, man­u­fac­tur­ing and not-for­profit has en­abled him to grasp just what makes a busi­ness suc­cess­ful, and he looks for­ward to shar­ing that with you, your busi­ness and your staff.

This in­cludes ac­tively sup­port­ing small busi­nesses that need help get­ting back on track, coach­ing new busi­ness own­ers, cre­at­ing pro­mo­tions, men­tor­ing through Busi­ness Men­tors NZ and so much more.

Robin is also very ex­pe­ri­enced in strate­gic plan­ning, build­ing busi­ness plans, trou­bleshoot­ing, rais­ing/lob­by­ing for fund­ing, pric­ing anal­y­sis, cre­at­ing and host­ing events, con­fer­ences and train­ing.

So when you’re af­ter strong pro­ject man­age­ment skills, a strate­gic thinker who is ac­tion-ori­en­tated, com­mit­ment to strong cus­tomer ser­vice, and sus­tain­able growth then give Robin Martin a call to­day.

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