• How to become number one in your chosen market

    In March 2018 we held an event where we invited the founder of Britain’s biggest gym chain, Pure Gym, who talked about the lifecycle of an entrepreneur, different funding options in business and different routes to selling.

  • How to disrupt your industry

    In November 2017, we held an event for businesses across the Midlands where we invited Jenny Campbell the latest Dragon to join the Den, to speak about her incredible business journey. The evening focussed on ‘disrupting your industry’ and we spent time deciphering, decoding and breaking down what it really means to be disruptive.

  • PKF UKI Partners Conference

    CLIC (formerly BDLN) organised every aspect of this event from finding the location, through to deigning the agenda and running the event on the day. We also acted as MC, ran workshop sessions and provided keynote speakers.

  • 3 ways to grow your business

    CLIC (formerly BDLN) delivered a keynote session concentrating on brand and messaging. Being able to articulate: ‘Why you?’ is essential in today’s competitive environment. We focussed these sessions on the need to define who you are and what makes you different. We provided delegates with invaluable tips and techniques to help them to stand out from the crowd and to achieve success in a highly competitive market.

  • How to stand out from the crowd

    CLIC (formerly BDLN) delivered a keynote session at this conference. We examined changes in the industry including: service mix, technology, client experience and IQ→EQ, and we uncovered how organisations can stay one-step ahead.

  • Top 5 ways to grow your practice

    CLIC (formerly BDLN) presented at the Legal Network conference. The focus of this interactive and engaging session was the future of the legal industry and why it is so important that firms and individuals embrace this change and make it their ally.

  • How to deliver a heroic client experience

    CLIC (formerly BDLN) presented at this global conference on the need to define who you are and what makes you stand out. In the context of an increasingly competitive market, this session gave delegates an insight into ways that they, and their firms, can stay one-step ahead.

  • The whirlwind of change in professional services

    John Maffioli, Founder of the CLIC and BDLN spoke at a Birmingham Law Society event. It was open to anyone out in the market – from trainees to seasoned partners. John talked about how the most successful professional services ‘sellers’ achieve success and he outlined some of the best business development tips and techniques.

  • How to become a heroic professional

    At this global conference, CLIC (formerly BDLN) ran a session that touched on some of the tools that are available to promote yourself and your message. We uncovered why it is so important that you avoid all the overused clichés and just why broadcasting your own message will ultimately help you to make your own dent in the market.

  • Top 5 lessons from the BDLN

    During this session, we investigated the rapidly changing professional services landscape and outlined the key characteristics of the new breed of superstar business advisor. We looked at the importance of confidence and attitude in being able to articulate: ‘Why you?’ in today’s competitive environment.

  • Learn how to love selling not fear it

    Paul Smith is chairman of Eversheds and his business success story is one of the most inspirational you’re ever likely to hear. At this exclusive CLIC (formerly BDLN) evening event, Paul shared his professional life story, and offered inspirational advice. He talked about how he has transformed his firm into one of the UK’s most disruptive and forward-thinking multinational law firms. And, he also explained how he has pioneered some of the UK’s biggest and most game-changing legal deals.

  • The mistakes your peers make and how to avoid them

    David Morley is global senior partner at Allen & Overy. In 2012, The Times listed David as one of the UK’s 10 most influential lawyers, and in 2013 The American Lawyer magazine recognised him as one of The Top 50 Big Law Innovators of the Last 50 Years. The Financial Times has also awarded Allen & Overy the title of most innovative law firm in Europe, a record 4 times.