3 new partners for The Business Journey announced

Simon Murrison, Adrian Murphy and Geoff Todd to join Susan Grandfield, Jim Henderson and Alan McKee as The Business Journey launches series of 2018 events.

We are delighted to announce that three new Business Journey partners have came on board to support Susan Grandfield, Jim Henderson and Alan McKee as we head ito the 2018 series of events.

Simon Murrison, Accountant, Murrison & Wilson Limited

Since qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, I have specialised in the owner managed, small to medium size sector focusing on helping clients understand and grow their business.

I am heavily involved in the start up and SME market mainly in Glasgow with many mentor roles including being involved with the Enterprise Fellowship Development Board that offers advice to University 'spin out' companies on commercialisation.

Help assist many clients in making the switch to cloud accounting to ensure they get the numbers they need quickly and regularly.

 Murrison & Wilson

Adrian Murphy, Managing Director at Murphy Wealth

For the last 40 years we have been bringing fresh ideas to business owners facing the challenges of wealth creation and protection. In making this complex area as simple as possible, we help our clients enhance their wealth, achieve peace of mind and give them the freedom to focus on what matters.

We love doing things a bit differently at Murphy Wealth in an industry not exactly known for being innovative. If you would like to know more please get in touch.

Murphy Wealth

Geoff Todd, Digital Marketing Consultant with Groweb.

I'm passionate about local businesses and love to see them thrive. My specialism is Local Digital Marketing, and I'm proud to work with some fantastic businesses to get them more local customers using digital marketing strategies designed specifically for the local context.

I'm also determined to see digital marketing as a whole get better at proving results. I believe no budget spent on digital marketing over a reasonable timeframe should fail to generate a solid return on investment, and that should be clearly proven. If that's not possible, businesses shouldn't be spending their budgets on digital marketing at all.