Business Matters - MADE Fringe Event

19th August 2012

Business Matters MADE Simple with City Experts Wake Smith LLP is gearing up to host its first Business Matters seminar, joining forces with the organisers of the MADE Festival and Made in Sheffield initiative.

On the 10th September 2012, solicitors from Wake Smith LLP will present a range of topics to highlight the legal challenges for entrepreneurs and businesses competing in today's market. Wake Smith speakers Mark Serby, Rachael Flintoft and Peter Rawlinson will individually address the legal challenges for expansion in the region, examining the benefits of fostering new talent through apprenticeships, opportunities presented through the Local Enterprise Zones, and delivering value in intellectual property. Guests will also be joined by Brendan Moffett, organiser of the MADE Festival, who will provide an exclusive preview to the upcoming entrepreneurial MADE Festival, beginning on the 19th September in Sheffield. Charles Turner, Managing Director at Durham Duplex Limited and Chair of Made in Sheffield will provide insight into the value of the Made in Sheffield trademark to businesses competing in a national and international arena. The event is FREE to attend, places are limited so interested parties are asked to register interest by before the end of August to Deena Samachetty on 0114 2666660 or This is a fringe event for MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival.

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