Small business success has been exhilarating for Daniel Priestley, a finalist for the LDC Award.

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Small business success has been exhilarating for Daniel Priestley, a finalist for the LDC Award.

The LDC Entrepreneur Of The Year Award has named Daniel Priestley, co-founder of Dent Global, as a finalist.

He tells me about his unconventional business strategy.

Daniel Priestley’s approach and attitude were key factors in him being named a finalist in this year’s LDC Entrepreneur Of The Year Award. While many business owners have found the past year challenging, Daniel Priestley has found it “exhilarating.”

He is the co-founder of Dent Global, one of the world’s top business accelerators for entrepreneurs and leaders to stand out and scale up. He has built and sold businesses in Australia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom.

“We’ve been anticipating disruption from Brexit since 2016,” he says.

”As a result, we put a lot of time, effort, and money into developing digital assets.”

We had been preparing the business to be less reliant on geography and more ready to attract customers anywhere,” Dent said. Prior to the pandemic, Dent had published 100 podcast episodes, hundreds of videos, and four books in order to reach a wider audience.

“We also formalized our culture by moving our operations to the cloud and becoming an Investors in People company.”

In 2020 and 2021, all of this became a necessary component.

When a wave came along, it felt like we were standing on a surfboard.”

Daniel discovered that his company’s value is largely intangible.

“A physical office isn’t necessary in our culture.”

Our services do not necessitate being in the same room as our clients, and our products do not require physical contact to comprehend.

We also learned to do things differently.

We’ve discovered that eight-hour days aren’t always as effective as three-hour sprints.

“We learned that some members of our team prefer to work later in the evening, while others prefer to work early in the morning, and that’s fine. We also learned that focusing on people’s mental health is a powerful business strategy.”

“We think of pre-2020 as a completely different business and a different time,” Daniel says when discussing the pandemic’s long-term impact.

We are not attempting to return things to their previous state; rather, we are anticipating the future.

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Small business success has been exhilarating for Daniel Priestley, a finalist for the LDC Award.

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