Whiting & Partners launch first Business Fayre

7th September 2018

Local accountancy firm Whiting & Partners are hosting their very first Business Fayre to local businesses in the Kings Lynn area. Ideal for those entrepreneurs looking to start up or continue to successfully grow their business with FREE advice all in one place!

The event is free to attend and starts at 4pm with a range of exhibitors form professions including PR and Marketing, IT Services, Solicitors, Insurance, Grant and Funding Support Services, Cloud Specialists, Payroll/Bookkeeping Services, Web design, HR, Land agents and Wealth Management.

 

Seminars are also being held every half hour from 4pm-8pm with topics such as

  • ‘Cyber Insurance, Credit Insurance and Underinsurance’
  • ‘PR-do it yourself’
  • ‘Managing the workforce – motivating your team
  • ‘Leadership skills’

To book your place as a visitor to our event please contact Victoria Stokes, Marketing Manager by email at victoriastokes@whitingandpartners.co.uk or by telephone on 01284 752313.

For further information please visit the events page at https://www.whitingandpartners.co.uk/event/whiting-partners-business-fayre/



 
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