South West Growth Academy

A collaboration between South West Growth Service and Dafferns LLP

Business Leaders and owners often feel isolated in the top job, all the more so with COVID-19. We have found many are looking for an environment to discuss their business in a confidential yet informal environment, supported by experienced business facilitators and business peers.

We’re launching the South West Growth Academy (SWGA) to help business leaders and owners, including those in senior management positions and the next generation of business owners, to develop new strategies, learn new leadership skills and solve challenges in a confidential learning environment.

SWGA provides a combination of 1:1 advisory support plus action oriented online and virtual training, combined with peer networking and online tools. We address your direct learning and development objectives with a focus on the needs of your business, as well as your own.


Participating in quarterly workshops provides face-to-face opportunities to learn new skills, refine strategic plans, share best practice, review your strategies and hold each other accountable to implement goals. The content is customised to suit the specific learning/development needs of participants, and for the time being will be delivered using a private Zoom meeting.

Why should you attend?
To see:

  • improved probability of implementing your plans
  • demonstrable success being achieved in your business; and have
  • support on hand to ensure new business tools are embedded into your day-to-day activity

Sign up to our webinar on:

Tuesday 24 November at 11am by emailing [email protected] or [email protected] to secure your place.

What our clients say about the Growth Academy:

“The workshops are fantastic, well thought out and relevant”

“Being part of the process has enabled us to focus on what we want to achieve and develop our skills to get there”

“I would highly recommend Growth Academy; it is a great resource, a good group of people and we have some really enlightening and engaging discussions”