GEM Business Support and Walmersley Golf Club tee off a great partnership!
13th November 2020
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Back in March when COVID first arrived with us, Gill Arnott from Gem Business Support helped Helen Parkinson from Walmersley Golf Club with a blog for her own personal business.

When an opportunity then came up at the Golf Club, Helen had no hesitation in recommending Gill for the project.

Through the power of networking with thebestofbury, 1to1’s, building great relationships and offering to help someone in need, Gill is now working with Walmersley Golf Club for 5 months on Member Retention.

Thebestofbury are thrilled when their members work together, but even more so when the partnerships are built through the range of networking opportunities that they provide their members with.

Gill Arnott, director and owner of GEM, has over 30 years' comprehensive experience in business and administration support. This encompasses everything from PA support, bookkeeping including Xero and Sage, blog and content writing, sales strategies, management roles and everything business support wise that your business needs.

Helen Parkinson, the former Lady Captain at Walmersley Golf Club has her own successful Hypnotherapy Business and assists in the marketing and business support for the club, attending networking meetings and events, fundraising for their charities of choice and being the face of the club on social media.

If you’ve never been up to the golf club, you’re missing out! They have a fabulous Winter Course and a range of membership options available and who knows, you may even see Helen on your way around the greens!

Speak to Gill from GEM Business Support on 0161 451 3165 and find out more about Walmersley Golf Club on 0161 956 2001

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