Cost management franchise Auditel hosted its most attended and successful National Conference last month. The theme for the Conference was Mission: Possible, and the event was held at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel, near Towcester.
Chris Allison, Managing Director of Auditel, said: “Over the last year, we have increased our capabilities to deliver a wider range of services more efficiently and more effectively than ever before. I think we will look back on this time as a tipping point towards many more missions possible over the next five years, hence the theme – Mission: Possible.”
The Conference featured a range of speakers including Mike Pagan, one of the world’s leading motivational speakers, Sarah Setterfield, one of the UK’s leading corporate image consultants and Deborah Wain, Lead Consultant, LDL Leadership Development, who offer world-class learning, coaching and consultancy programmes.
The keynote speaker was Colonel Stuart Tootal DSO OBE, who led the first British unit (3 Para) into Helmand Province in Southern Afghanistan in 2006.
During the black-tie dinner, Sir Bernard Ingham, President of the British Franchise Association, presented the awards to those franchise owners who had distinguished themselves during 2010.
In addition to this, the Conference raised over £3,500 on a raffle and auction for the Help for Heroes charity.
Chris Allison summed up the Conference: “We are proud of what you, the Auditel network, have achieved. Today was a day to celebrate your successes. Equally, it is a day that will enable you to move on to greater things and make your Mission: Possible.”
The Award winners were:
Franchise of the Year - Ruth Dawe and Laurence Fitch
Newcomers of the Year – Will Job and Dave Jamieson
Rising Stars Award – Steve Ray and Claire Powell-Browne
Consultants’s Consultant – Denis Brennan
Special Contribution Award – Nigel Collins
Tim Rix Memorial Award - Judith Ashurst
Published: 26 November 2010
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