Anne Clarke

Connected Thinking IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SCOTTS OF THRAPSTON

Does your equestrian centre appeal to millennials, generation X and Boomers?

About Anne Clarke

Anne Clarke has worked in the equestrian sector for 17 years. Her roles have spanned PR & marketing, sponsorship, event management and bid writing.

She worked for the British Equestrian Federation, developing their 2012 Legacy project to support equestrian businesses. Her passion for protecting equestrianism at grassroots, led her to set up Connected Thinking.

She runs a 5 month group coaching programme that many previous attendees from FBI have taken part in. This is a cost effective way to access her network and expertise to get quick and effective results.

What her clients say:

A big thank you to Anne for her 5 programme. I never expected to have two business both making a profit by the end of it. I’ve had enough money to invest in things I only thought I would ever dream about.
Tessa Frost - Hall Farm Stables

I cannot thank Anne enough for the help she has given me. I would not have got to this point without the knowledge and guidance of Anne and the fabulous course members. Carolyn Bourchier - Black Pig Retreats

If you have an existing equestrian centre this seminar will explore your offer. It will make you think about what you can do to keep and attract new customers.

We will explore customer types - millennials, generation X to Baby Boomers. What experiences are they looking for from an equestrian centre? What ideas will you take home to put in place in your business?

You can also find Anne on stand 474.

Read about how Anne helped one equestrian centre diversify in our blog - Case Study - Black Pig Retreats

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