Are you looking for help to start or grow your small business?
Running your own business can be a real challenge from needing a constant flow of new customers, to adapting to a world that seems to change over night, a complex world of digital marketing, it all leaves you wondering where to start.
That’s where I come in.
For over 2 decades, I’ve been running small businesses in a number of industries, so know exactly how you feel.
I now help other small business owners to grow their business, without corporate jargon or fancy talk.
So whether its help with business strategy, pricing or marketing, let’s have a chat to see how I can help you.
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Hale is a village in Surrey, England or part of Farnham, towards Aldershot excluding the area between the two to the east which is Badshot Lea, and without formal definition in part overlaps Weybourne and Heath End, Surrey. The history of Farnham being a vast town parish (over many square miles) in the late medieval age means all three small places overlapping, which are difficult to class as villages, for example Farnham Youth football club is in two possible alternates, or within greater Farnham as its name suggests, and some maps give Lower Hale and Upper Hale but the area between is indistinct and all of the village is quite elevated so this extremely fine distinction unless referring to an extreme end is deprecated. On the side of the Farnham clay and sandstone range. Some housing and roads have views southward towards the Greensand Ridge from Hindhead to Ewhurst. The electoral ward Farnham Upper Hale has a population of 4,241. Often the eastern built-up (low-rise) area, Weybourne is considered separately but both localities share all amenities and form a neatly buffered settlement.
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