Booking now open for Start Up Seminars

14th September 2018

 

Starting up a Business can often be a step into the unknown. There are many aspects to consider when looking to make your mark in the business world with a focus on business planning skills, market research, knowledge of legislation relating to your industry and various other aspects which many business owners find they get bogged down in before they even start!

 

We can help!

 

Our business start-up events are designed to help you take the first steps into starting and growing a successful business. Our experienced team of advisers and our external guests speakers will offer free support and advice on various topics covering aspects such as legalities, contracts, building a business plan, sourcing an accountant and what aspects of a business you can manage yourself.

 

Our start up events take place across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge on the following dates –

 

Tues 16 October – Eco Innovation Centre Peterborough

Thurs 25 October – Marriott Hotel, Huntingdon

Thurs 30 October – Bury St Edmunds Office

Tues 6 November – The Boathouse Business Centre, Wisbech

Weds 20 November – Ely Office

Tues 27 November – Mildenhall Office

Thurs 29 November – March Office

 

All seminars run from 6pm-8pm.

Places are limited so book now on 01284 752313 or email victoriastokes@whitingandpartners.co.uk

 

Can’t make any of these dates?

We can arrange for a free consultation with one of our team – call Victoria Stokes on 01284 752313 or email victoriastokes@whitingandpartners.co.uk for more information.

 



 
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