XChange Networking Event, Eastern Perthshire

Updated: Apr 28, 2019

Thursday 25th April 2019, 6pm - 8.30pm

The Red House Hotel, Coupar Angus


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GrowBiz XChange network evenings are informal and friendly events open to all – and a great opportunity to meet other local businesses and hear from experts in their field. The evening will kick off at 6.30pm with a buffet and networking.

At our April XChange we'll hear from Iain Scott.


Enterprise Iain says that he doesn’t “do scary business stuff” and that his aim is to make people laugh and make them money. He has just launched his new book "How to Start a Business When You Don’t Know How to Start a Business".

For thirty years Enterprise Iain has helped people think and act like entrepreneurs. He is a highly successful designer of enterprise programmes that help people turn their idea and dream into reality. As an author – and speaker - he is witty, stimulating and full of great sensible enterprise advice.


Iain is also a director at Can Do Places and Spaces and supported the development of the Crieff Can-Do co-working space.


Iain believe that anyone can start a business and earn money on their own terms, regardless of circumstance, and that people can live happier, healthier lives because of their business. His motto is that life is about enjoyment and that running a business should be no different


If you have any access requirements please email carol@growbiz.co.uk.

Please contact Merle on 07920 023797 should you need any help finding the event venue.


Although the event is free, booking is essential.


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