Energetic, straight-talking, entertaining, and hugely inspirational, Big Business Events Founder Adam Stott is currently one of the UK’s leading speakers on business, entrepreneurship, and coaching.
Adam Stott is an award-winning entrepreneur, international business and wealth coach, he is one of the UK’s leading experts on monetising Social Media. He knows first-hand what it takes to build a multi-million-pound business from scratch and how survival in today’s business climate is all about hard work, humility, foresight, and the ability to adapt fast…
The Essex-born 38-year-old, who has personally sold £50m of products and services via Social Media is the founder and face of the hugely popular Big Business Events (BBE). BBE is the UK’s fastest-growing business members’ network and hosts training and networking events in Essex, London, and Birmingham (with more UK cities to be announced) to help entrepreneurs at all stages of their business journey. A prolific speaker and growing media personality Adam has interviewed the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Calvin Klein, Anthony Joshua, 50Cent, John Travolta and social media entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg.
Adam, also a Forbes Coaches Council member, runs the ultimate 3-day business event – Business Growth Secrets – where he shares his 9-step system for business success with guest appearances from the likes of Dragon’s Den Sarah Willingham and TV host Paul Brunson. Tickets are still available for the next events, taking place in London and Manchester in February and March.
Adam’s twice-weekly Business Growth Secrets podcast is hugely popular – created to support the business community. Adam also regularly talks to successful business owners, gives practical business tips and advice, and talks candidly about what’s happening behind the scenes of Adams’ coaching business. Guests include Kaye Adams, Charlie Mullins, Paul Constantinou (Posh Pawn) Paul C Brunson (Celebs Go Dating / Married at First Sight) Tim Campbell (BBC The Apprentice) Phil Gould (Level 42) Andy Triggs-Hodge (Olympic Rowing Champion), Mr. Motivator, Alex Murphy (Dancing on Ice) and Sian Gabbidon (BBC The Apprentice).
Not shy from the camera, Adam took part in ‘Rich House, Poor House’ where he helped single mum and widower, Kiptieu Sheriff, from South-East London, achieve her dream of owning a catering company. The pair’s living expenses couldn’t have been more different, with newly-unemployed mum-of-three Kiptieu struggling on just £70-a-week after bills. Millionaire business consultant Adam, meanwhile, had a disposable income of £1,600 a week. Adam paid off her £25,000 debt and with his marketing and advertising expertise helped Kiptieu to launch Bongo’s Kitchen. The businessman also admitted he has been inspired to help more people out since appearing on Rich House, Poor House. “I love helping people and making an impact. Now I know this really is my purpose,” he said.
Adam also hosts a wide range of online training programmes including Social Media Secrets, The 30/30 Wealth Secrets and Instagram Secrets which have helped thousands of businesses and individuals reach their goals “It’s not just about the money or the material things when it comes to living a fulfilling life, and that is exactly why I created the Big Business Events Network to allow anyone with the desire and work ethic to succeed the opportunity to create wealth in our personal and financial lives because that’s what we all deserve!.” Said Adam
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