Start-up Seminar Success

4th December 2018

Our March office held its start-up seminar last week.

The seminar covered key areas for start-up businesses, including business plans, business structure, accounting software and employee considerations.

A big thank you goes to Emilia Cybulska from NatWest for her presentation entitled “Give Your Start-up a Boost”, which not only covered financing options, but also gave key tips for budding entrepreneurs via video link.

The evening was rounded off with a Q&A session, where we were able to give some one-to-one advice to attendees.

It was great to have the opportunity to interact with start-up businesses and everyone found the event most informative.

If you are taking the first steps in business and would like some guidance, please get in touch on 01354 652304 to arrange a free consultation.

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