David Mellor Mentoring


Have you ever wanted to be your own boss but lacked the confidence or knowledge to begin? Meet David Mellor

Are you transitioning from working for a large institution - public or private sector - to work for yourself? Do you need objective and experienced advice to help get started?

Are you moving from working for a large institution to setting up as a sole practitioner consultant? Do you need objective and experienced advice to help make money from your knowledge?

Have you proved your business model and want to take it to the next level?

Since 2001, David has worked with scores of executives from a wide variety of industries to help them plot a new course and to turn their entrepreneurial dreams into reality. His book ‘From Crew to Captain’, distils over two decades of executive and business experience into an easy-to-read manual for change and success as your own boss, and is a must-read for anyone considering a new career working for themselves.

David launched “From Crew to Captain: A Privateer’s Tale” in 2014, which is written for people establishing consultancy practices. He later went on to write “From Crew to Captain in 2015, the thrid in the trilogy addressing the ‘growing pains’ faced by successful start-ups.

David has developed a portfolio of activities derived from 25 years’ experience in banking with HSBC and Deutsche Bank. His principal activity is mentoring existing and aspiring entrepreneurs, speaking regularly at conferences and running seminars and workshops.

David is an Honory Senior Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Finance at Cass Business School. He is also a Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs. Holding a Bachelor’s and a Masters degree from the University of Cambridge, David is a certified PRISM Brain Mapping Practitioner.

If you’re interested in attending one of David Mellors events or would simply like to get in touch with him to discuss how he can help you, please £click here.

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