06 October 2020
Finance for Business’ senior business development manager Mike Kelly will be part of the judging panel for Prescient Business Consulting (PBC) competition to win over £15,000 worth of bespoke business advice.
The competition, in association with Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC), and is aimed at companies in the manufacturing, engineering, technology, logistics, energy and industrial sectors with a turnover of over £5 million. Mike will be looking for established businesses that show potential and have a positive will to change and improve.
Competition entries will also be judged by Kate Marsh, partner – HR and Culture Change and David Thomson, partner – strategy and leadership at PBC.
Mike (pictured)has extensive experience within the finance sector and currently works with the Finance 4 Business group to develop new contacts and introductory sources by engaging with professional services in Birmingham and the greater West Midlands area.
His previous experience includes 28 years at West Bromwich Building Society, 10 years at Clydesdale Yorkshire Bank and 4 years at Investec Wealth & Investment. Not only this, but Mike also sits on the Chamber’s Council and is a committee member of West Midlands Irish Business Group.
Prescient, which are based in Brindleyplace, provide businesses of all shapes and sizes with advice and bespoke support to help them achieve their goals. The competition aims to help generate improvement and growth for the winners, who will be revealed on 12 October.
Mike said: ‘’I am absolutely delighted to be a judge. This is a great initiative by Prescient in conjunction with Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
“A terrific opportunity for a business to benefit from three days of consulting in helping them achieve their growth aspirations, particularly in such challenging times.‘’