I am very excited to share with you that I have been selected as a Finalist…
Last year, I won the Business Person of the Year category in the East of England Business Champions 2013 – Small Business Awards as “Business Person of the Year” for my “public speaking monkeys®” approach to training and I am so pleased to have been selected as a Finalist this year.
Although I originally launched the business in St Albans, I opened a second office on the south coast just over a year ago, which has allowed me to help even more businesses to tackle their public speaking fears and be more successful in their business through our presentation skills courses aimed at Professionals.
I am thrilled to have been selected as a Finalist again and in particular to have been recognised for my achievements in building a unique, innovative and effective business across 2 geographical areas that ultimately helps others to see their fears in a different light and thus frees them up to achieve their goals and dreams.
The Awards are sponsored by the Federation of Small Business, Crane Staples Solicitors, Events and PR and Tewin Bury Farm Hotel and will be announced at an Awards Ceremony at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel on Thu 17 Oct 13.
Rebecca Perl from Messagelab Communications chats to Dee Clayton about becoming one of the most influential businesswomen in the country, and how we can all follow suit.
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