Ely Start Up seminar Guest speakers announced

25th October 2018

Ely Office start up seminar is being held on 20th November https://www.whitingsllp.co.uk/booking-now-open-for-start-up-seminars/. A chance to gain free advice on the complexities of starting in business from Whiting and Partners and Guest Speakers from local solicitors Fraser Dawbarns talking about partnership and shareholder agreements, leases on new premises and employment law for taking on new staff.

Do you know someone who has just started in business and would benefit from some free advice?

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