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Jeremy Harbour, Founder of The Harbour Club

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Jeremy Harbour, Founder of The Harbour Club

By , March 31, 2021
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Globally renowned expert in Mergers & Acquisitions in SMEs Jeremy Harbour joins this week’s episode. Jeremy founded The Harbour Club, a network providing entrepreneurs the skills to buy and sell companies with no experience or cash up front. Passionate about changing the mindset about wealth creation, Jeremy has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs  execute lucrative deals worldwide. With focus on teaching tactics for real buying, fixing and selling, The Harbour Club has allowed hundreds of entrepreneurs excel at wealth creation.

Jeremy also founded Unity Group, a firm specialising in attracting investments and creating opportunities for SMEs to scale, and has advised on over 300 acquisitions of both distressed and solvent businesses. Not only is he an accomplished author, impressively, Jeremy has been in invited to Buckingham Palace and The British Houses of Parliament to advise on matters of business and enterprise. Jeremy’s books include Why You Should Never Buy A Company That’s For Sale, Agglomerate: From idea to IPO in 12 Months and Go Do!: For People Who Have Always Wanted to Start a Business. You can find out more on his books and The Harbour Club here.

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Darryl

Darryl Bates-Brownsword

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Darryl is a dynamic, driven Business Mentor and Coach with over 20 years of experience and passion for creating successful outcomes for founder-led businesses. He is a great connector, team builder, problem solver, and inspirer – showing the way through complexity to simplicity.

He has built 2 international multi-million turnover businesses; one now operating in 16 countries. His quick and analytical approach cuts through to the core issues quickly and identifying the context. He challenges the status quo and gets consistent, repeatable and reliable business results.

Originating in Australia, Darryl’s first career was as an Engineer in the Power Industry. Building businesses bought him to the UK in 2003 where he quickly developed a reputation for combining systems thinking with great creativity to get results in challenging situations.

A keen competitive cyclist, he also has a B Eng (Mech) Engineering and an MBA.