Join The Business Book Club for a discussion of Sweat Scale $ell with business accelerator Pavlo Phitidis (4 Feb)

The February edition of The Business Book Club will feature business accelerator Pavlo Phitidis.

Phitidis will be discussing his new book Sweat Scale $ell: Build Your Business into an Asset of Value with CEO, business coach and award-winning facilitator Jacques Velleman.

ENTRANCE FEE: Any new or second-hand book.

Please Note: Seating is limited. Although you book your seat, we still work on a first-come-first-served basis as this is a free event, so please ensure that you get their early to get a good seat. If you arrive late and all seats are taken, you are welcome to still join us and stand for the hour duration of the event.

Event details

Date: Tuesday 4 February 2020
Time: 19:00
Venue: To be confirmed, Johannesburg
Tickets: Available on Quicket
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About the author

Phitidis is the resident entrepreneurial and business growth content contributor for Radio 702 and CapeTalk, the presenter and host of The Growth Engines for Business Day TV, as well as a speaker at both local and international business conferences. As co-founder of Aurik, he has worked with over 2 000 established businesses across most sectors in the economy, from family businesses to partnerships to sole business owners.

Phitidis has over 20 years of direct experience in conceptualising, starting up and developing businesses. Through a combination of company start-ups, turnarounds, sales and acquisitions for JSE-listings, he has brought to market business assets worth over $300m.

This hard-earned experience provided him with a beginning-to-end view on the business building process, from start-up to sale.

Using his hands-on experience, business capabilities and relationship networks, he supports the growth of business owners through Aurik Business Accelerator which he co-founded in 2001. He has built over 400 early-stage and growth-stage businesses into Assets of Value.

Phitidis is a regular media commentator on matters of business growth and entrepreneurship, he speaks and presents to audiences across sectors.

About the book

Sweat Scale $ell shares real business-building stories about how ordinary business owners took charge of their fate using the Asset of Value™ method.

94.6% of businesses started never get sold. Yet, there are only two destinations for every business: sale or closure! Businesses close at an enormous cost to the owner, their family, their staff, suppliers and customers. You’ve got to build to $ell. Sweat Scale $ell shares real business-building stories about how ordinary business owners took charge of their fate using the Asset of Value™ method. With Pavlo Phitidis, they Sweated to reshape their business to be relevant to a changing world; they built a solid foundation for Scale; and then they pressed hard to ramp up growth in preparation for $ale to create a business any buyer would want.

Phitidis draws on 25 years of direct experience in conceptualising and building businesses across four continents. Having started, built and sold 12 businesses generating in excess of $300m, he founded the Asset of Value™ method, a practical approach to build a winning business. Sweat Scale $ell is audaciously optimistic as it shows every business owner and entrepreneur where to find growth in a no-growth economy, make an impact and secure big returns. Here are extracts to help you in the journey to creating your wealth-generating asset starts.

About The Business Book Club

The Business Book Club was founded in April 2017 with the purpose to share knowledge in a business context. Knowledge is the start of change, an inevitable process of business (and life), and one can obtain it through various means. Books are our favourite way and what better than to have a conversation with the author. Sharing knowledge through questions and answers helps us understand how each of us can affect change in a positive way.

The Business Book Club meets every month, where we invite an author to showcase their book and share their knowledge. Through conversations with the author, we grow our leadership capability by understanding how we can change our business environments.





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