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New Business Doctor in Sevenoaks and Tonbridge
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Before becoming the new Business Doctor for Sevenoaks and Tonbridge, Sean spent 15 years running companies of all sizes in freight, supply chain and logistics. But it wasn’t always so.

With an exceptionally strong head for numbers, Kent-born Sean began his working life at 18 as a futures trader in the City of London.

After a whirlwind decade trading for Japanese investment bank Daiwa Securities, Sean set up as an independent trader in foreign exchange and private derivatives.

On hitting 30, our new Business Doctor wanted out of the frenetic ways of the city and moved back to Kent to help his father turn around an ailing family firm.

When he joined the family freight company in 2003, which was under threat of bankruptcy, with half a million pound of debts. Taking over responsibility for financial control, he turned the ten-year-old company around and when it was later sold in 2008, the company was achieving yearly profits in excess of £600K. 

“Business is my passion,” says Sean. “I love making a difference and adding value to SMEs.”

“I’m a great listener and get truly fired up by finding and implementing solutions to small and medium sized business owners’ problems.”

If you’d like to contact Sean for anything you can get in touch here.