Preparing your business for Christmas
The final Saturday Surgery of 2017 takes place on 2 December at 360 Accountants' Albion Street offices and we’ve added a Christmas twist to go out on a high.
As always, our experienced start up advisers will be on hand to give you friendly, practical advice on starting up in business including tax, bookkeeping, raising finance etc. You’ll also be able to pick up a free copy of our New Business Kit which covers other important areas like marketing, IT and legal matters.
We’re also delighted to announce that our friends from Superfly Marketing and The HR Dept will be attending to help out with a series of one-off Christmas themed presentations. They will also be around throughout the morning to answer any marketing or HR questions you may have.
As well as the usual coffee and croissants there will be plenty of festive treats and lots of opportunities to network in a relaxed environment. Everyone is welcome to the event (you don’t need to be a client of 360) and you’re welcome to attend as many or few of the presentations as you choose.
The full timetable is as follows:
9am-12pm: Start Up Surgery
9.30am-10am: Marketing at Christmas – presentation by Nick Tyldsley, director at Superfly Marketing
10am-10.30am: Marketing Q&A / networking
10.30am-11am: Christmas HR considerations – presentation by Sheila Hudson of The HR Dept
11am-11.30am: HR Q&A / networking
11.30am-11.45am: Christmas tax tips – presentation by Andy Steele, director at 360 Chartered Accountants
11.45am-12pm: Tax Q&A / networking
For further information or to register to attend please contact Rebecca Tomlinson on 01482 427360 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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