Commercialism Seminars

Sharing proven commercial experience

Getting ready for Commercialism

Archemys have been helping organisations become commercial for many years. We have an extensive track record of turning businesses around by re-inventing and re-engineering existing services, business models and growth plans. Our introductory seminar series shares the tools and techniques needed to achieve self-sufficient commercialism and helps you evaluate whether you’re ready.

Low-risk commercialism seminar

SEMINAR 1: Low-Risk Commercialism

  • What makes for success?
    Understanding why not all ventures are created equal
  • Fast execution & rapid scale?
    Learn why getting early wins is crucial
  • Leveraging soft assets
    Uncover the best-kept secret in your organisation
  • Why resourcing is pivotal
    Learn low-cost strategies for recruiting the best people
Modern sales and marketing for local government

SEMINAR 2: Modern Sales & Marketing In Local Government

  • When does a business become a business?
    How to achieve the vital first sale
  • Why direct marketing?
    How to develop vital continuity in sales & revenue
  • Understanding customer-centric pricing
    Evaluating the different pricing models & strategies
  • Your secret sauce
    What’s the no. 1 local authority asset too many simply discard?
The public entrepreneur seminar

SEMINAR 3: The Public Entrepreneur

  • Towards the Enterprise Authority
    Why most authorities are already better off than they think
  • How to eliminate flaws in perspective and mindset
    An inconvenient truth which can’t be ignored
  • Venturing beyond self-sufficiency
    Understanding the Enterprise Dividend
  • What are ‘re-provisioning models’ and how will they help you?
    The powerful tools already proven in private sector business

Book Your Seminar Series Today

These 3 seminars are the first step on the road to becoming commercially self-sufficient. We can conduct the seminars at your offices or another convenient venue. They are most effective when a broad range of staff attend, as this is the first point at which you can begin to identify who has the necessary skills to commercialise your enterprise and drive the project forward.