How do you Support High Growth SMEs in Europe

How do you Support High Growth SMEs in Europe
11 October 2010 John Moore

Governments across Europe are turning to SMEs to generate economic growth and new jobs following the global recession.

With interest from Lithuania, Slovenian, Hungary and Romania, Exponential has been contracted by the European Commission to lead a two year project to develop High Growth Coaches.

“It is a real honour to be leading this exciting project and working with some of Europe’s top business development agencies. Over the next two years, we will be able to share our expertise at a European level!” said John Moore.

In 2007, Exponential developed the High Growth Coach Development Programme on behalf of the East Midlands Development Agency (emda). The huge success of the programme has prompted interest from other regions in the UK as well as South Africa and Europe.

Partners in the project include Trebag, Enterprise Lithuania, CIDaf, CPU and the Institute for Business Consulting. The project launch will take place in the beautiful city of Ljubljana the same week as another major European project being lead by Exponential involving the assessment of 300 European managers.

Exponential was awarded the contract by the European Commission as part of the Leonardo da Vinci designed to transfer innovation from one member state to others. The project will see Exponential’s e-learning courses translated into four languages and Exponential training dozens of coaches and trainers in High Growth Coaching techniques.

“Since one of the aims of the programme is to share best practice, we will be hosting a series of mini conferences both in the UK and Europe” added John.

If you would like to keep up-to-date with the project’s progress and receive examples of the best practice tools and techniques, you can subscribe to the mailing list.

John Moore has over 20 years experience of training and developing Managers, Coaches, Consultants and businesses. As Managing Director of Exponential Training, John researches, speaks, blogs and writes about how to improve performance. He also designs and delivers engaging, fun and interactive learning programmes. John is a Fellow Chartered Manager and has worked with managers and organisations in over 20 different countries.

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