Mundays Business Forum aims to bring together business owners and executives in an informal environment, to learn from each other.
Growing and leading a business has never been more challenging than it is in today’s fast moving and uncertain business environment. Steve Coburn, founder of projectfive (which specialises in outsourced IT Support and Technology Solutions) and President of Surrey Chambers of Commerce, will discuss with Neale Andrews, Managing Partner at Mundays LLP some of his experiences of leading projectfive through many challenges, including a global pandemic.
If you are looking for insightful ideas for your business to implement or gathering valuable leadership tips, this session will be perfect for you.
GUEST SPEAKER – Steve Coburn, Managing Director – projectfive
Steve was previously a Sports Centre Manager, a Weatherman, a Marketing Manager and an IT Manager. He’s worked for companies such as Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, The Met Office, and Andersens.
He’s also the founder and inspiration behind projectfive, which he set up in 2002 in the wake of the Enron scandal (projectfive was responsible for recovering the electronic data from the UK that helped with the investigations).
Since then, Steve has grown projectfive into the award-winning business and, in recognition, he was voted SME Director of the Year for London and the South East by the Institute of Directors in 2016.
Steve won the Offshore Powerboat Formula II World Cup in 2000, which included winning the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes race – one of the oldest running sporting events. He married both his Scout Leader’s daughter and his band’s Lead Singer (yes, it’s the same person!), and has two children – Alexia and Nathan.
Date: 19th January 2021
Location: Online (details will be sent to you nearer the event)
Throughout the year we hold various events across all our departments on a range of topics. We would love for you to join us at one of them to help bring together the communities in which we operate and you work, creating an atmosphere where we can all learn from each other.