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Corporate Golf Challenge 2011.

Win 4 tickets to New York The Birmingham Post and birminghampost. net are the region's top pairing when it comes to business and news, but which company has the top pairing when it comes to golf, that's what we aim to find out. We are throwing down the gauntlet to all corners of the business community to come and test yourself at one of the regions most challenging courses, Blackwell Golf Club and prove to everyone else you've got what it takes to walk away with the trophy and tickets to New York. Even if you aren't playing to win I'm sure you'll see a great opportunity to network with other like minded business people and give your company the advantage it needs to beat all competitors in the business arena.

There are several qualifying days where the top half of the leaderboard will qualify for the finals day on the 14th October 2011 where each team will play to decide who The Birmingham Post Corporate Golf Champions are and receive their trophy, tickets and accolades during an evening of hospitality.

The qualifying dates are the 8th, 16th, 20th, 22nd, 27th and 29th of September and places are limited so register your interest now by calling 0121 234 5476 or emailing andy_

Each entrant will be provided a light snack and refreshments during qualifying plus all competing companies will have a logo and contact details appearing in the post event coverage. The finals day will also include a three course meal during the presentation evening Total cost pounds 250 + vat per pair In association with Bournville College strikes a partnership with Incisive Edge Bournville College has teamed up with London based consultancy firm, Incisive Edge, to bring a unique business growth programme to the West Midlands. The Business Growth Academy already has an excellent track record in London, providing the SMEs and mid tier companies with the expertise and advice normally reserved for the large corporates. Incisive Edge, the company endorsed by business leaders and FTSE 500 companies, partnered by top international corporations and led by David Bowler and Julia Payne has a strong record of working with corporate clients to increase the wealth of their companies as well as their own.

Throughout the West Midlands, the Business Growth Academy will be delivered in partnership with Bournville College.

The academy will provide business owners and company directors with a unique opportunity to step back from day-to-day demands of running a business to create a plan for the future organisational growth. The aim of the Business Growth Academy is to enable businesses to develop their own comprehensive and robust company strategies, sales and marketing strategies and a route-map to build real value into the company.

Jenny Stokes, Head of External Funding and Projects at Bournville College, commented: 'We are delighted about our partnership with Incisive Edge and the development of the Business Growth Academy. We have a strong record of working alongside a wide range of corporate clients on developing flexible training solutions for their employees, for which we have received a nomination for the Birmingham Post Awards 2011 in the category of 'People Development, Recruitment & Training'. The Business Growth Academy will give us a new opportunity to work directly with company directors on developing strategies for their business growth.' This year is an exciting one for Bournville College, with the pounds 66 million campus in Longbridge opening in September. The College is looking forward to a bright and promising future and one that will bring even more opportunities to work in partnership with businesses from the UK and abroad alike. Sponsorship of the Corporate Golf Event at Blackwell Golf Club is in line with Bournville College's strategic priority of engaging with employers to improve the competitiveness of local and regional organisations. To find out more about the Business Growth Academy and the ways in which your business can develop its potential and unlock revenue, book a place on one of Bournville College's breakfast seminars taking place on Tuesday 6th and 27th September (8-10am) and Thursday 6th October (2-4pm), by emailing or calling 07739 99 08 73.
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Aug 11, 2011
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