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Langley company wins international award

Clarity Business Strategies Inc, a business coaching and consulting company based in Langley, was named “Coaching Practice of The Year” by FocalPoint International at a recent conference in San Diego.

Clarity was chosen from more than 100 FocalPoint International coaching practices from around the world.

“It is not only a feather in the cap for our Langley team but for the whole business community in Langley,” said  Rich Scott, senior partner and certified business coach.

“Our success is a clear indication that business owners in Langley are progressive and open to new ideas”.

Winners are chosen from several criteria including client satisfaction, revenue growth and professionalism.

To celebrate their award, Clarity is offering free “lunch n learn” workshops to local businesses.

A Certified Business Coach or Consultant will conduct a 45 minute training workshop during lunch at your place of business.

There are a variety of topics to choose from, including Productivity or Communication.

Clarity will also provide lunch at no charge.

Businesses interested in learning more about the “Lunch n Learn” program or business coaching in general can contact Tony Malyk at 604-227-3099 or email tony@claritybusiness.ca.

 

 

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