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An Hour With...

An Hour of Mentoring With…

Mentors: Tarak Ramzan, Quiz Clothing, Les Meikle, Formerly Wise Property Care Ltd & Sandy Kennedy, Entrepreneurial Scotland

Member Level: Growing|Leading

Slots available: 14:00 – 15:00, 15:00 – 16:00 or 16:00 – 17:00

Date: 14th March 2018

Event type: Mentoring

Price: Complimentary

Venue: Pinsent Masons, 141 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 7EQ


Are you having a business challenge and need an hour with an experienced mentor to focus on this challenge?

Yes, then book in now to speak to one of our three amazing mentors on 14th March. There are only 3 spaces per mentor so book now to avoid missing out on this fantastic opportunity!

This is an opportunity to meet with a mentor in a private and confidential environment for one hour.


Further reading for ES Members interested in Mentoring 

Mastering Mentoring: Five Tips for First Time Mentors

The Stages of Mentoring Relationships

Top Tips for Mentoring

Top Tips for Being Mentored


  • When

    14th March 2018
  • Where

    Pinsent Masons
    141 Bothwell Street
    G2 7EQ
    United Kingdom


Les Meikle

Les Meikle

Formerly Managing Director and Owner, Wise Property Care Ltd

From School, Les trained as a Quantity Surveyor before moving into the Building Preservation industry as a 20 y.o, subsequently progressing to Managing & Marketing Director of the UKs 2nd largest National Preservation Company before being made redundant in 1996 following the company’s takeover by an American Co a few years earlier.


Sandy Kennedy

Chief Executive

As Chief Executive of Entrepreneurial Scotland, Sandy is at the forefront of a movement to inspire and develop Scotland's people to build the most entrepreneurial society in the world.

Tarak Ramzan

Tarak Ramzan

Founder and Chief Executive, QUIZ plc

Tarak Ramzan is founder and Chief Executive of QUIZ plc and the driving force behind the Group’s success to date.

Tarak left University after his first year of Pharmacy to help his father manage his manufacturing business. Taking up the reins at 18 years old, Tarak Manufacturing specialised in producing ladies tailored garments and had a workforce of 25 people. Tarak kept all the manufacturing in Glasgow and by the late 1980s employed around 250 people supplying most of the major retailers on the high street.

Les Meikle - 2pm