People’s Champion finalist 2016: ActionCOACH (London)

Franchisee Jamie Goral claims to help clients achieve profit growth of five times his fees; Will you vote for him to be your People’s Champion?

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Start-up name: ActionCOACH (London)
Franchisee: Jamie Goral
Started in: 2013
Based in: London
Business description: Business coaching franchise

Shortlisted category:

Franchisee of the Year

The ActionCOACH (London) story:

Having grown up listening to stories of business hardship, long working hours and mortgage struggles from his business-owning parents, Jamie Goral developed a passion for helping business owners achieve their potential.

Today, as a franchisee for ActionCOACH, Goral offers business coaching sessions to numerous small and medium-sized companies across North and Central London.

Whether wanting to accelerate profit growth and/or work fewer hours, Goral says he is able to help business owners achieve just that using ActionCOACH's tried and tested systems that have been used to help more than 100,000 businesses during the last 20 years.

Goral claims his client’s profit growth is typically five times his fees or higher within a year and his client testimonials and case studies say it all – Goral has doubled one retailer's profits to £2m in two years, grown a manufacturing business by 132%, and helped two hairdressing businesses grow by 50% in six months.

Why ActionCOACH (London) made our shortlist:

Winner of Growth Coach of the Year at the 2015 ActionCOACH UK awards ceremony, Goral's franchise operation is benefitting local businesses, creating jobs and giving a boost to communities.

Where to find out more about ActionCOACH (London):

Website: www.actioncoach.com/jamiegoral
Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamieg3000

Henry Williams

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