Redundant! Tim set up his own business in 2004 when he was made redundant and he will provide an hilarious but serious account of the trials and tribulations that followed. From no work to more work than he could do himself, trying to be in three places at once, the delegate who cried, the neighbours’ rabbit, inventing the company name, understanding technology and the mobile phone patch and encounters with HMRC and the VAT man. He will talk about the difference between the corporate world and his own one man band business in a very amusing and engaging presentation.Views: 857 | Enquiries: 1
Tim is a regular speaker throughout the UK to clubs, societies, groups, businesses and organisations. He is now also becoming a regular speaker on the after dinner circuit. Tim uses his natural Northern sense of humour to bring his original stories to life and entertain audiences at a wide range of functions.
Tim is available to speak face to face to audiences when conditions allow and regularly delivers live talks on Zoom and MS Teams.
Tim qualified as a teacher in 1982 and after a year as president of the students union he ‘fell’ into the world of sales and marketing with Endsleigh Insurance. This was quickly followed by a move to Legal and General where he spent the next 16 years in sales and then management roles. In 1999 he moved to Frizzells where he progressed to a position on the board as Assistant National Sales Director. Made redundant at the end of 2002 he spent a year with the Skipton Group working on an acquisition and integration project before setting up his own company in 2004.
Tim lives in Skipton with his wife Julia and has three grown up children and three Grandchildren all of whom he is very proud. He has also never lost his love for Newcastle United!
Based on his wide and varied career and personal life Tim offers a range of talks which are all laced with good humour and include totally original material.
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