• Donnington Grove

Realise your true potential

Chris Spratling is the founder & owner of one of the UK’s fastest growing business coaching practices and is building an impressive team with a growing reputation for getting local businesses GREAT results. Not surprisingly Chris was afforded the accolade of 2016 Business Coach of the Year based on client results. Whilst business owners want many things for their business Chris is unequivocal in saying that his Number 1 priority is simply to make his clients more money. He helps clients: l Turn marketing into an investment rather than an expense. l Recruit, motivate and retain a winning team of employees. l Put systems in place that provide consistent results. l Find more time for family, friends and other interests. l Ultimately develop a business that can run without them. Who is Chris?  An entrepreneur and business owner with over 20 years of experience.  A highly motivated and results-orientated business coach with a proven track record of success across blue chip FTSE listed organisations, start-ups and a diverse range of SMEs in both B2B and B2C markets.  An experienced executive with extensive experience of working with both owner managed businesses and private equity backed organisations both in UK and overseas.  An experienced professional, well-versed in initiating and delivering business transformation and change management projects, mergers & acquisition activity, new product development, digital and omni-channel ventures. Chris’s Mission as a Business Coach “My background has taught me that standing still isn’t a strategy for success. I believe that businesses need to constantly re-invent the customer experience in order to be exceptional at the things that matter most to the customer. Only then do businesses realise their true potential. To that extent, whilst change is often challenging for individuals and businesses alike, I am passionate about using my extensive experience and skills to help ambitious business owners realise their true potential.”