Eric can work alongside either the leadership team or key employees in a business coach or mentoring capacity.

Many businesses already have great people, however we often find that they are either lacking in focus or confidence or that the culture of the business needs to be changed to bring out the best in that person.

Having employed hundreds of staff over the past 30 years, Eric is well versed in bringing together a clear strategy, turning it into a plan and then leading the team to deliver success.


Momentum’s consultancy packages range from one-to-one support to long term or project work, with Eric engaged to work within your business. The most popular packages are listed below. If you have something else in mind please contact me for a confidential discussion.

Mergers and Acquisitions

SME Growth

Financial Control



Momentum can undertake a review of your business to identify the opportunities which exist within both your own business and the sectors in which you are operating, the review will usually be followed by the establishment of a clear and achievable business plan which will identify key performance indicators and responsibilities.


Non Executive Director

Eric created Momentum to share his skills with fellow business owners and entrepreneurs. His experience has seen him deal with just about every challenge a business can face , from building his own business into a leading independent retailer with revenues circa £20m to running Sports Direct's 'Premium Lifestyle' division with revenues in excess of £10om

Eric understands the challenges of cash flow, stock control and marketing, but from the unique angle of SME and PLC

If you need somebody to help identify and achieve your strategic objectives, please contact me for a confidential discussion

Knowledge Bank

Momentum assists businesses with:

Negotiations – learn the rules of negotiation and the tools to become a powerful negotiator.

Mergers and acquisitions – know what to expect and the pitfalls to avoid. Learn what to do and what not to do – and the tactics the other party might employ.

Change management – work through the logistical and legal issues that come with change, and get all your departments working towards the same goal.

Firefighting – coming up against the same problems again and again? You need to identify and resolve the underlying issues.

Performance improvement – giving leaders the tools and techniques to take their business to the next level.

Read the market – understand the reasons why the market works in the way it does, and stay ahead of the curve.


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