If you’re looking to find out how to make £12.5 million just one year into starting a business, The Press and Journal’s next business breakfast is the place for you.
With a strong line-up of speakers already announced, James McCallum will lead the event later this month with tales about how he launched energy services firm Senergy and turned it into a multi-million-pound company now employing more than 600 people.
Mr McCallum, who is flying into Aberdeen for the event having now moved abroad, will speak alongside Colin Welsh, international partner at US-based SCF Partners.
He joined the firm following an 18-year stint at Simmons & Company International (SCI).
The May 28 event, at the Ardoe House Hotel, will also feature NovaBiotics founder and chief executive Deborah O’Neil and Graeme Sheils, a senior audit and assurance partner in the Aberdeen office of Deloitte.
In an age where entrepreneurship is booming across the north-east, the panel will look at how best to succeed in starting a business and how to help turn your ideas from concept to reality.