Harpenden businessman signs up with management consultants

PUBLISHED: 16:45 12 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

A HARPENDEN businessman has become the latest partner to join change management consultants the CMC Partnership. Wayne Dobson will deliver the CMC brand in Hertfordshire from his home base in the town. He said: When I ran my own business, there were toug

A HARPENDEN businessman has become the latest partner to join change management consultants the CMC Partnership.

Wayne Dobson will deliver the CMC brand in Hertfordshire from his home base in the town.

He said: "When I ran my own business, there were tough times when I looked around for business advice. All that was available to me were professional advisers who were not entrepreneurs, were very expensive and couldn't run a business themselves! If I'd found CMC at the time, I'd have chosen them to help me. Working with CMC is a great way to make sure other entrepreneurs don't make the same mistakes I did.""

Wayne brings comprehensive entrepreneurial experience to CMC. Having started and successfully grown his own businesses in Germany, France and the UK, he has the expertise and experience to provide impactful advice and help to SMEs looking to do the same. He also contributes extensive international and export market knowledge, and the ability to conduct business in fluent German and near-fluent French.

The Oxfordshire-based CMC partnership has clients throughout the UK, served by nine Partners based in southern England and South Wales. While the main focus of Wayne's business will be Watford and St Albans, he will also cover Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Stevenage, and Welwyn.

Wayne will host an event for local businesses in his region in March or April 2010; anyone interested should contact him on 01491 829 185 / 07590 330 371, or wayne@cmc-partnership.com. Or they can sign up to Six Degrees, the monthly CMC newsletter, which in addition to its blend of useful advice and business news will carry information about all future events.

Wayne is married with three children, likes skiing and golf, and lives in Harpenden.

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