Case Studies

A selection of Business Booster clients

  • EMDA

    The East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) wanted to develop a programme of strategic workshops to help small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the East Midlands to grow sustainably and to compete more effectively and more profitably.

  • Yell

    Yell had been involved for many years assisting SMEs through national agencies such as Businesslink and the Princes Trust. As part of its wider CSR initiatives, Yell wanted to develop an online system that could bring together the owner/managers of these businesses with management in Yell. The online system needed to be able to show the Yell managers how the businesses were progressing and to enable both sides to share a virtual space, as the Yell managers were bound to their desks and were not able to visit the target businesses.

  • Smith and Williamson

    Smith and Williamson had a desire to raise its profile as one of the best companies in the UK to work for. It wanted to introduce a training programme that not only involved senior employees in the process, but also one that allowed employees to develop projects that could be created and implemented within the company to effect this change.

  • Lambert Bardsley Reeve

    The partners of Lambert Bardsley Reeve were accepted onto the Coaching for High Growth programme offered by EEDA and St John’s Innovation Centre in Cambridge – a programme delivered by Assist With Solutions’ partner company, Applied Knowledge.

    With their advisor to assist and guide them, the company have used Business Booster to take their business to the next level and they have incorporated the system into how they plan at all levels in the business.

  • Eversheds

    Eversheds is one of the largest recruiters of new legal talent and was looking for a way to promote a sense of teamwork and competition amongst its most newly qualified lawyers. The management team wanted a process that would excite the graduates and encourage them to display their skills and knowledge in a high pressure environment. Eversheds was very interested in developing customer empathy across all areas of its practice.