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21 October 2020
Location: Bahrain

Are you a small or medium enterprise? Learn how to sharpen your focus and marketing skills.

Discover the crucial pointers that can help you determine if your business needs a turnaround. And if yes, learn how to do it by reviewing, planning, developing, communicating, implementing, and measuring.

Get your cash flow in gear. Discover the areas of leverage every company has. Finally, know how to beat the recession and be innovative.


Paul is an intuitive mentor, an entrepreneur, a best selling author, an award-winning business growth consultant and international speaker.

Having originally qualified as a Management Accountant, he worked extensively in many areas – personal fulfilment, scaling businesses, maximising mental performance, to name but a few.

Family Cooking Demonstration

7 November 2020
Location: Bahrain

Cooking demonstration with EO members and family


18 November 2020
Location: Bahrain


Robert Brozin is Co-Founder of Nando’s, a South African restaurant chain specializing in Portuguese food, especially peri-peri style chicken, which now operates over 1,000 restaurants in 35 countries. After graduating from Witwatersrand University in 1984, Brozin joined his father’s business, Teltron, which was an agent for Sanyo Electronics, but he left three years later in order to pursue an entrepreneurial career. In this interview, Brozin describes befriending Mozambique-born Fernando Duarte at Teltron, who would become his business partner and Nando’s co-founder. Together they purchased a 67% stake in a Portuguese take out restaurant business called Chickenland, which was where they frequently had lunch. In 1990, they bought Chickenland entirely, rebranded it as Nando’s, and brought in other partners including the Enthoven family who acquired a 30% stake. Brozin describes his experience learning about the restaurant business, building a brand, and creating a corporate culture. For Brozin, this meant giving his brand a personality. He sought to make the business “much more than about chicken,” but also about “about pride, passion, courage, integrity, family.” He introduced humor and intellectual controversy to his marketing and advertising strategies, emphasized the importance of diversity, and showcased South African art in the restaurants. Brozin describes the challenges he faced running a business during the apartheid era, which included issues such as getting employees to arrive at work, working around boycotts, and issues getting chicken delivered. Brozin explains that they were able to quickly expand Nando’s internationally by understanding that the product was a demand in the global market, especially initially from South Africans who had immigrated. Brozin discusses taking Nando’s public on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in 1997, delisting in 2003, and how the difficulties faced during this time led to the adoption of a franchise model. By 2009 Brozin had lost his interest in active management of the business, and the decision was made to recruit professional management. Brozin stepped away from Nando’s in 2010 and became involved in social impact projects. In 2009, Brozin joined the United Against Malaria campaign. After the campaign left Africa after the World Cup, Brozin started his own campaign: Goodbye Malaria. Primarily working in Mozambique, Goodbye Malaria uses Indoor Residual Spraying to combat Malaria and operated mobile testing clinics. Another project that Brozin started was the Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, which was supported by Nando’s. This program looks to help lower South Africa’s high youth unemployment rate through training, gauging work-readiness, increasing retention rates, and a pathways platform. The program has begun to expand into other countries such as Rwanda, and in 2019, it won the Skoll Award for social impact.

Growth Inciter - Reboot Your Business with Ami Kassar

9 December 2020
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89290173899
Location: United States of America

Growth plans are no longer a luxury. They're a requirement.

This timely, interactive workshop, including a LIVE digital workbook, walks business owners through Growth Inciter Exercises to RESET their Goals, Business Plans, and Assumptions.

In this session we will evaluate and process:

- INVESTMENT: What will you invest your time and money in to move your business forward?

- RISK: What is your risk tolerance, and how does it compare to 2019?

- WEAKNESSES: What is your organization's most significant weakness today, and how do you plan to resolve it?

- FUNDING: Understanding financing options and alternatives to fund growth.


16 December 2020
Location: MANAMA, Bahrain

Wouldn't you agree? Entrepreneurs and business owners don't need another motivational quote or Instagram message to "hustle harder". We just need talented help we can afford and practical strategies to get us to the next level. We need solutions to overcome time, funding and knowledge roadblocks. We've built a family of businesses and services to exceed your expectations.

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Brad Stevens is the Founder and CEO of Brad Stevens Training International, Outsourcing Mastery, and Double Me Now Virtual Assistants that help businesses eliminate challenges of time, funds and knowledge by using global, low-cost virtual staff. It is a rapidly growing trend that is here to stay that businesses must understand and embrace or be left behind.

As a lifetime entrepreneur, he has helped build multiple 7 figure businesses in domestic and international markets within several industries including physical products, eCommerce and professional services.

He has become one of the nation’s top advisors and keynote speakers on outsourcing and virtual teams for global firms, CEO peer groups, universities, and top-ranked business organizations including EO, YPO, SCORE, Vistage, TAB, and the CEO Brain Trust.

Brad also serves on the board of the Atlanta Chapter of the Global Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) where he has served as Chair for Strategic Partners and Accelerator. He also serves on the committee for NERVE and the EO United Nations initiative. For his work with startups to $100 million businesses, he has been featured in Inc Magazine, Octane Magazine and the EO Global Innovation Forum, the Wall Street Business Network, the cover of Small Business Magazine and is a past winner of the Top 40 Most Innovative Companies in GA.

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