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Fast-growing support service for SMEs comes to Bromley

PUBLISHED: 10:22 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 13:53 17 February 2017

Lawrence Wilson

Lawrence Wilson

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A free health check is available for firms looking to realise their growth potential

A fast-growing network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is extending its operations to Bromley.

Business Doctors offers support for small businesses in any sector, helping them to realise their growth potential.

The new office will be headed up by Lawrence Wilson, who began his career as a business-to-business journalist and has worked across both SMEs and bluechips, gaining experience with international names such as Pitney Bowes and Otis Lifts.

Mr Wilson commented: “Business is in my blood; it’s what fires me up. I hope SME owners in Bromley will appreciate the tenacity I bring to their companies. Once I’ve set my sights on something, I don’t give up.

“I’m a relationship-builder and pride myself on finding common ground with everybody. I relish helping small business owners get past the gatekeepers that may hold the key to their growth.”

Mr Wilson is offering a free 60-minute business health check for SMEs interested in achieving their next level of growth. He can be contacted on 07507670867 or at lawrence.wilson@businessdoctors.co.uk

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