Join Hilton Smythe Finance for a free lunchtime event with the Government’s Small Business Commissioner on 8th May.
Taking place at the Marriott Worsley Park from 12.30pm-2pm (arrive from 12pm), the event will include a panel discussion with the Commissioner, Paul Uppal, who is a senior official appointed by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Gareth Smyth, CEO of Hilton Smythe Group, business finance expert Pete Wild, and a representative from Business Growth Hub.
The office of the Small Business Commissioner was launched in December 2017 to ensure fair payment practices for Britain's 5.7 million small businesses and support them to bring about culture change.
The event will give North West business people the opportunity to hear some of the most up to date information about the economy and the outlook for small businesses post-Brexit. It will also be the chance to hear top tips from the experts about business finance and ensuring supply chain resilience through timely payments.
There will also be an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with the Small Business Commissioner, and to network with other business owners in the region.
A limited number of places are available so please RSVP as soon as possible vial our Eventbrite link:
"Join Hilton Smythe Finance for a free lunchtime event with the Governments Small Business Commissioner on 8th May."
Gareth Smyth, CEO Hilton Smythe Group
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