Best Solicitors to Host Business Breakfast

7th June 2016

A business breakfast seminar for small businesses & start-ups giving insights into the legal side, the money matters and how to be found on Google.

The event is hosted by Tom Tilbrook, Civil & Commercial Solicitor at Best Solicitors in partnership with Simon Bladen from Hawsons Chartered Accountants and James Manning of Core Advertising & Marketing. The team has come together to give small businesses and anyone thinking of starting a new venture hints & tips on how to get it right & what to do if things don't go quite to plan. Tom Tilbrook said, 'We are often contacted by clients whose businesses are in dire straits due to outstanding debts. To the client it can feel like there is no other way than to issue proceedings. It is our job as solicitors to point out the many ways to manage and resolve this.' 'The idea of partnering with Hawsons and Core for the business breakfast is to bring together experts and give the guests the chance to get some professional advice on how to make the best of their business (at the same time as enjoying a bacon sandwich!)' The BEST business breakfast 9th June - FREE event - Couch, Campo Lane, S1 8am-9.30am Breakfast included To reserve a place please email imogineturner@bestsolicitorsonline.co.uk

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