Finding the Right Client
ENTR Workshop with Nigel Knowles
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 · Noon - 1 PM (Canceled)
Join us for the first talk in our Entrepreneurship Workshop series this semester! Nigel Knowles will be discussing the importance of finding the right clients and their effect on the future of your business. Learning how to identify the right clients is essential for your success, so you won’t want to miss it!
About the Event
Finding the right client for your business is critical for its long term success. The components that define the right client should be clearly understood and should also reflect the skills and strengths of your
company. In this workshop, we will evaluate some of the key components of potential clients and how they might serve as the foundation for the ongoing success of your business.
Nigel Knowles is CEO and Owner of LCG Technologies Corp. (LCG), a Baltimore based IT consulting firm. With over twenty-five years of IT systems experience, Nigel brings a unique mix of knowledge in multiple IT fields ranging from Controls & Information Systems to Application Development. His vast technology knowledge, coupled with his experience across a wide variety of industries (Manufacturing to Insurance), has allowed him to drive his current company, LCG Technologies, Corp (LCG), to become one of the premiere companies in the Baltimore area.
With a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, Nigel began his career with Procter & Gamble (P&G) as a Controls Engineer. There he gained extensive leadership knowledge and operations experience while leading the Technology team which provided engineering and ongoing technical support to the largest P&G facility in United States. After a near decade tenure with P&G, Nigel joined LCG
Technologies, paving the way to his current role as President and CEO. LCG has a strong track record of building enterprise systems while providing exceptional customer service for their clients.
Nigel has also held a variety of roles across many different associations, councils, and local boards.