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Monday, 27 January 2014

There was a buzz at Whybrow last Wednesday as Ewan Dodds introduced Mark Baxter and Harry Hellyer from Shirlaws to various clients and interested parties.

For those of you who don't know Shirlaws are an international coaching company who work with both mid-sized, owner-managed businesses and large Corporate enterprises in 26 countries around the globe. Their job is to help business owners and CEOs to achieve success for their businesses.

The seminar was held at our offices in De Grey Square and all the attendees were invited to participate and learn about the following :

How to develop a flow of pre-qualified and pre-sold leads from other key business introducers in our regional market.

How to exchange the frequent chats over cups of coffee that lead nowhere for focused business development meetings.

How to create confident relationships with your professional peers in East Anglia and support each other effectively in building the value of our revenues and energise the regional economy.

If this sounds appealing to you and you would like to be involved in our next seminar due to be held in May / June 2014 please contact to register your interest.


Witham Industrial Investment Changes Hands

A circa 90,000 sq ft (8,361 sq m) single let industrial commercial investment has changed Landlords just in time for the New Year, Whybrow confirm.

Period Commercial Buildings Sold In Hadleigh

An attractive period office building in the centre of the attractive market town of Hadleigh, Suffolk has been sold by Whybrow.


Formerly owned and occupied by the founding partner of the long established engineering and building consultancy, Richard Jackson Partnership, read more about this completed sale just in time for Christmas trading.