Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) throughout Liverpool are being offered tailored business support to help them maximise success.
Business Doctors Liverpool will open with the aim of remedying success for business in the region through hands-on support in areas including business strategy, financial management, marketing, IT and HR.
Part of a national network of 40, the Business Doctors Liverpool office will be headed up by Neville Liddle,58. Before joining Business Doctors, Neville provided business support services for a variety of companies on a local, national and international scale.
A self-confessed workaholic, Neville is also a keen supporter of Contact the Elderly, a national charity that organises regular Sunday afternoon tea parties for people over 75 who live with little or no social support. As well as hosting tea parties, he helps to develop funds for the charity through a variety of profile raising initiatives.
Speaking about the launch of Business Doctors Liverpool, Neville said: “I’m very proud to be heading up Business Doctors Wirral. With an abundance of general business management experience I know what’s needed to help businesses succeed, from every level.
“Sometimes a pair of fresh eyes and an extra pair of hands is all that’s needed to make a very big impact on the overall performance of a business. It’s our job to help Wirral SMEs achieve everything they set out to, and more.”
Business Doctors is headquartered in St Helens and was founded by Rod Davies and Matthew Levington in 2004. The company operates 40 branches throughout the UK, with each outlet bringing highly skilled business consultancy to organisations in each of the Business Doctors’ regions.
Business Doctors co-founder, Matthew Levington said: “It’s fantastic to broaden the reach of the Business Doctors support network to include businesses in Liverpool.
“Neville was a natural choice to head up Business Doctors Liverpool, combining a solid knowledge of the region with true understanding of the varying needs of each of the companies we work with.”
In addition to coaching and guidance, Business Doctors works closely with local government support programmes to ensure that any extra funding is unlocked for SMEs where possible.