Selling in UK Podcast

Our Ethos

Great achievements are usually born of great sacrifices and are never the result of selfishness. There is no grey area: You’re either with that ethos, willing to go out of your way to help people or you aren’t.

Selling in the UK is a new show produced by Baachu Rain and hosted by Baskar Sundaram where top business-to-business/government leaders discuss their work journeys. In each episode, he interviews exceptional people who are changing companies across Great Britain for good! Into these conversations you’ll find short rants from him as well–teaching listeners how they can use their own skills to make an impact on business success anywhere around world…whether it be entrepreneurship or marketing & sales leadership positions. 

Hosted by Baskar Sundaram

The Why?

A lot of people want to succeed in the UK but few know how. In this podcast, you’ll learn from the UK’s best business operators and sales leaders about what it takes to succeed in New Normal Selling environment. You will also explore strategies for building your own company as well! Whether you sell products or services, there are tips that can help everyone be more successful at work. Listen in and get to know the leaders  personally… 

Here is my promise: you'll leave each episode with new ideas, great stories, implementable tips and powerful lessons to help you drive high growth with your team. It's an exciting podcast that covers tactics and practices used by the best to make head turning success, as well as insights from interviewees who have been through it all to help young professionals grow their careers into successful ones

What You’ll Learn

The Selling in UK Podcast is a new show, where top business-to-business/government leaders discuss their work journeys. It’s an exciting podcast that covers tactics and practices used by the best to make head turning success, as well as insights from interviewees who have been through it all to help young professionals grow their careers into successful ones! 

EPISODES

​Episode 1 - Matt Chapman, Chief Marketing and Development Officer, Atalian Servest

Matt has been involved in the facilities sector for over 10 years, having previously worked in the Media, Sports and Automotive industries. Originally joining Atalian Servest in 2011, Matt has progressed from leading the Business Development and Client Solutions function to joining the UK & Ireland Board as Chief Marketing and Development Officer responsible for Sales, Marketing and CSR.

Episode 2 - Antony Law, Chief Commercial Officer, Churchill Contract Services

Antony Law, the Chief Commercial Officer of Churchill Group, is passionate about business, building high performing teams and doing right for the planet. Antony spent his early days in hard services, moving into more bundled and TFM delivery around 2012 before moving to Churchill in 2016. Antony believes business has a huge part to play in the connecting communities far and wide and has a career that expands 21 years within the Facilities Management industry

Upcoming Episodes

Episode 3 - Colin Kenton, Strategic Business Development Director - Estates and FM Solutions at KBR

UK FACILITIES MANAGEMENT MARKET ANALYSIS GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN UK 2023-2025
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The United Kingdom is one of the largest markets for facility management services in Europe in terms of maturity and sophistication. The market is highly competitive as well, owing to the presence of several organized players and strong presence of top global companies, such as Mitie, ISS, Sodexo, CBRE, JLL among others.

The market has been valued at USD 63.97 billion in 2020 by Mordor Intelligence. Frost & Sullivan estimates the UK FM Industry revenues to be $43 Billion. As per our database the overall FM market in the UK stands at £107.2 billion in TCV. The public sector contributes 59% while the private sector contributes 41%. Among the service types Hard & Soft FM Contributed almost equally at 36% & 35% respectively. The integrated services contributed with 29%. Local government authorities were the lead buyers in the overall stack with 19% of value contribution followed by Central Government and Office both at 14% each.

For details, Read the free  Summary report. 

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