posted on March 8th, 2012

The ‘Not so Secret’ Millionaire

She’s already made millions with her sales and marketing strategies, and now Belfast based business woman, Bernadette Doyle, is planning a seminar on the 20 March in the Fitzwilliam Hotel that will show business owners here how to solve one of the most pressing problems facing any small business: how to attract and retain a steady stream of clients and customers.
The event is a ‘one-off’ for high flyer Bernadette which she’s planned just days before making her second visit to Necker Island, the home of, arguably, the world’s most successful entrepreneur, Richard Branson, to share business insights and ideas.
Bernadette said:  “I want to share with Northern Ireland business owners my simple, proven marketing strategies to attract a steady stream of their ideal clients and customers. These strategies will work whether you are selling to businesses or to individuals.”
Bernadette plans to give all proceeds raised to the Royal Victoria Hospital for Sick Children as a way of saying thank you to them after nursing her son back to health when he became seriously ill.
“There is a dual purpose with this event – to help raise money for the hospital and, which is just as important to me, give local business owners the right tools to attract the right type of client for their business and help them make more money.”
The seminar will cost £27 per person and includes a business makeover, Q&A session, high level networking session in the five star Fitzwilliam Hotel and spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Bernadette continued:  “The event, which is a fraction of the usual cost of attending one of my events, starts at 3pm on Tuesday 20 March with a registration in the Assembly Room on the ninth floor of the hotel.  The programme will continue until 7pm when an hour long networking session will begin giving people the chance to swap details or ask more questions.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for business owners and entrepreneurs to mine me for information as I don’t plan on doing an event like this again.”
To book a place at the seminar call 028 90370371 or log onto .