Friday, August 19, 2022

Management buyout at East Midlands coaching firm

Business coaching franchise ActionCOACH Loughborough has announced a change in hands as Managing Director and UK coach Matt Bull takes ownership from founder Laurence Duncan.

Matt, who has been with the team for just over four years, made the move to coaching after a successful career in finance and wanted to pursue his passion of having a positive impact on people and their businesses.

He said: “I’m delighted to be taking ownership of the business and to drive things forward. I am passionate about helping business owners to not only grow their business, but more importantly help them to create the life they dream of.

“Our main focus is to support the businesses on our doorstep, in Leicestershire, first and foremost. Coaching isn’t for everyone, as it involves being open to challenge and new ways of thinking, there is real value in what we do and we’re here to help those who want to make a change and need some guidance on how best to do it. Our clients’ results show that with commitment any business owner can achieve whatever they want, in business and in life.

“ActionCOACH is a fantastic brand to be a part of, not only does it have a proven business growth framework but more importantly there is great peer support from owners around the world. It’s an exciting time for all of us and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Laurence will remain as a coach in the business and was recently ranked in the ActionCOACH Global Top 15 Coaches for client results achieved. He said: “It’s a real pleasure to be handing over the reins to Matt, he’s gone from strength to strength since joining us and I have no doubt the business will continue to grow in his hands. I look forward to continuing to be a part of the journey and future plans.”

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