Action Coach Wins Top Award
The name of our company, Compare The Financial Markets, is an unambiguous description of our work. Comparing the financial markets, analysing hundreds of different business investment opportunities every year, is exactly what we do. If we were less discerning in our filtering of these analyses, we could partner with companies to present investment opportunities that seem attractive on paper, but in reality carry great risk. We would obviously rather not do that, instead preferring to work with a portfolio of world class companies that are not only market leaders in their spheres of operation, but where applicable can offer cast iron guarantees to investors.
Global Success Story
One company emphatically fitting this bill is the world’s leading business coaching firm, ActionCOACH. Just two decades since its formation, ActionCOACH is head-and-shoulders above all imitative competition, to the extent that ActionCOACH is also one of the world’s top franchises in any nature of business. ActionCOACH is such a success story that even in the recent times of global financial uncertainty, the company has continued to expand by recruiting experienced business professionals, playing its part in recessional recovery by the very nature of its business.
ActionCOACH offers the right candidates extraordinary guarantees in respect of ROI, so besides its ground-breaking business coaching approach it is this facet of the company’s operation that has earned ActionCOACH the Compare The Financial Markets Best UK Business Opportunity Award for 2013. In qualifying the award for ActionCOACH, Michael Angel Plaza CEO of Compare The Financial Markets says: “ActionCOACH is the only franchise company I know that will offer a written guarantee to the right candidate that his or her investment is safe. I work with some of the directors that use ActionCOACH, and will be working with an ActionCOACH Business Coach myself in the near future. Really, when they say the right candidates can earn £50,000 a month, I know it is true, and not hype."