Law firm Davis Blank Furniss has joined forces with Capstone Financial Management - a Partner Practice of St. James’s Place Wealth Management - and Tree Accountancy and will be staging a free breakfast seminar in Manchester that will discuss the issues around growing a business.
The event will be taking place at King Street Townhouse on Thursday 19th October and has been designed for business owners, directors, senior managers or HR managers. Delegates will hear from three keynote speakers:
~ Chris Cahill, Wealth Management Consultant at St. James’s Place Wealth Management;
~ Shiva Shadi, Head of Employment at Davis Blank Furniss; and -
~ Nik Hynes, Partner at Tree Accountancy
Key topics will include how to maximise business profits through better tax planning; ways an accountant can help with growth strategies; the latest HR updates; and the steps companies and their employees should take to protect their business against the imminent threat of cyber crime.
Shiva Shadi commented: “Businesses face a plethora of challenges in what are still tough trading conditions – especially with the unknown consequences of Brexit on the horizon - so the aim of this breakfast event is to deliver insight and practical guidance that can actually be implemented and that will make a difference.”
Andrew Williamson, Director of Capstone Financial Management added: “We would encourage time poor business owners, directors or senior managers to attend as we have carefully devised a programme that will tackle some of their biggest commercial issues head on.”
Date: Thursday 19th October 2017
Times: 8am to 10.45am
Venue: King Street Townhouse, 10 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4AW
Booking: Please email email@example.com or call 0161 667 1482
"The aim of this breakfast event is to deliver insight and practical guidance that can actually be implemented and that will make a difference."
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