"Scotwork promised I would leave after 3 days with all the skills necessary to achieve better outcomes in all my negotiations - both personal and professional - I was sceptical! They also promised that the course would be fun - I was even more sceptical about that!

The good news is that I left the course feeling prepared and confident to enter into any negotiation knowing that I would get the best possible result for myself and my team, both personally & professionally.

I would have no hesitation in recommending this course... it is the best and most valuable course I have ever attended. And it was fun!"

Nicki Steers
Head of Insights, NZME

"I can honestly say this is the best course I have ever been on. The cost of the course was quickly recuperated from employing the negotiation techniques I had been taught and achieving very impressive results."

Colin Moore
Head of Global Order Management - Mothercare

"Absolutely brilliant - insightful with the right balance of theory v practical application - there will be bountiful opportunities to hit the 'higher' deal."

Julie Trewren
Senior Buyer Spirits & RTD's - Matthew Clark

"I have now engaged Scotwork personally in three different organisations where I have worked and on each occasion with great success. Introducing Scotwork into your organisation is not just about attending a training course, it's about embracing a whole new culture, language and way of working into your business to improve the overall effectiveness of people who are regularly involved in negotiations and ultimately driving better deals and incremental business."

David Ashmore
Business Delevelopment Director - Tectura

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In the world of internet start-ups and disruptive technology the valuations placed on popular new entrants into a market continue to be completely out of whack with their profitability, as they were in the dot.com boom and bust 20 years ago. Companies with a market valuation of $1 billion or more, known as tech unicorns, include Snap Inc. the owners of Snapchat, Airbnb, and Uber. Snapchat is currently valued at between $25-35 billion. But it has never made a profit and its net worth, assets less liabilities, is only $1.5 billion. Airbnb has a market value of around $30 billion, about $7 billion more than physical competitor Hilton, but turned in its first profit only in the second half of 2016. And Uber, currently valued at between $60 -70 billion, made a $3 billion loss last year according to Bloomberg...

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