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Nik Webb, Director of Molokini Marketing, presented at the inaugural annual RTITB Partner Conference 2015 at the Birmingham Crowne Plaza on 21 January 2015.
The leading workplace transport training accrediting body, RTITB, welcomed accredited organisations to a day of seminars and presentations from leading market professionals, that also included a speaker from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and a best selling author. Nik shared his industry expertise with a presentation focusing on 'Practical Tools to Market your Training'.
“We are committed to enhancing safety within the industry and we strongly believe accredited training benefits the industry, by significantly reducing workplace transport operation risk” says Laura Nelson, Managing Director, RTITB. “This is the reason we are dedicated to working together in partnership with our accredited organisations - we want to help them and, ultimately, their customers, to heighten safety.”
Through a series of presentations and workshops, the event presented the opportunity for these select companies to network with fellow RTITB accredited organisations who are pursuing the same goals. RTITB also shared insider knowledge on its business plans for the next five years.
Award winning entrepreneur and international best-selling author, Nicola Cook, presented a session titled ‘Secrets of Success’. Nicola has written books about professional selling and personal and business growth. She has experience of speaking globally and is best known for her signature topic 'Sales Secrets to Accelerate your Business Growth©'.
Further presentations on the day included ‘The Journey to Success’ by Richard Dainty of RTITB accredited organisation, Peter Hird & Sons and ‘Practical tools to market your training’ by Nik Webb of Molokini Marketing, among others.
Details of the new prestigious Partner Achievement Award were also revealed, giving members an opportunity to win a luxury holiday for two.
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