A graduate of Manchester University, Andrew is a professional speaker, communications skills trainer and the Founder of Speakeasy Groups, a mechanism for helping those in an influencing role to craft and deliver a compelling message.
The philosophy behind Speakeasy is to encourage a more natural, conversational style of communication and groups currently run in several UK towns as well as Australia.
Andrew worked for many years in the leisure industry. He refereed in the 1989 Ryder Cup Matches and spent 8 years managing and marketing a range of golf & leisure clubs throughout the UK. He edited a national golf magazine, taught golf for several years and used the sport as a business networking tool.
In his 40’s he underwent a life-changing experience and successfully re-branded himself to pursue a career as a speaker, author and business trainer. He drew on these experiences to co-found MojoLife, a mechanism for helping people move their lives in a direction of their choosing.
Andrew has spoken at the prestigious TEDx conference, sits on two university advisory panels and trains primarily in personal branding, business networking and storytelling skills.
His book The 7 Pillars of Sporting Success: and how to apply them in businesswas released in July 2009 and he regularly speaks to business groups about this particular theme. Click on the logo below for Andrew’s profile on LinkedIn.