Did you know there may be a way of increasing your profits without selling more? And without beating your suppliers down on price until they squeak? Suffolkroadsafe, in partnership with the Driving for Better Business (DFBB) campaign, is hosting a morning seminar for ambitious local business owners and managers, whose businesses need company vehicles to operate.Simply through better management of drivers and vehicles, companies like yours can save a fortune. One of the DFBB Business Champions with 200 company cars now saves over £180,000 every year. Another, with just 30 company vans, reduced their fleet insurance by over £25,000 in just 5 years.Simon Turner, the Campaign Director for Driving for Better Business, will show you what these, and other companies, have achieved and how they did it. We'll also be sharing free resources with delegates to help you copy the essential first steps they all took.This will be followed by one of our Business Champions who will talk you through the details of how they did it, what challenges they had to overcome, and the benefits they achieved.Both sessions will be followed by a Q&A session.The seminar will be held on Monday 14th May at the Tithe Barn, Best Western Brome Grange Hotel, near Eye. Space is limited for what is expected to be a highly sought-after event.
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