Taking it to the ultimate

A trio of local entrepreneurs are celebrating success with their latest venture, which supports business leaders to become true language and communications masters.

The Ultimate Advantage, a global Language Mastery training and coaching company based in Telford, is this month celebrating its first year in business and looking back at a successful 12 months.

Founder of the business Felicity Wingrove, said: “For the last 25 years, I’ve had the pleasure and privilege of supporting some of the biggest brands and organisations across the globe to communicate. I’ve always been mindful of the true power of great communication but in recent years I’ve been called on more and more often to help the leaders and boards within a business to bring mastery to their message and to their delivery. And so – along with my fellow Directors Rhiannon Williams and Alan Adams – we set up The Ultimate Advantage to provide the highest level of one-to-one and small group coaching and training for senior level executives, CEOs and other c-suite professionals.

“We formally started trading last March, and it’s been an incredibly successful year. We’ve supported a variety of businesses, from a global recruitment firm, to a number of US-based pharmaceutical companies, leading local authorities here in the UK, manufacturing and engineering businesses, and a number of those in emerging technology. With our support, they’ve delivered empowering speeches, managed board disputes, and leveraged their personal impact.”

The business trio have a combined experience of over 60 years working with senior-level clients to enhance all aspects of their communication, as well as to support them to become even more ethical, persuasive, and influential.

“What a year it’s been!”, added Rhiannon Williams, Director at The Ultimate Advantage. “We established the agency to ethically support businessmen and women across the UK and to help them to convey their messaging exactly as they intend, and we’ve done just that.”

CAPTION: Rhiainnon Williams, Felicity Wingrove and Alan Adams.

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