Don’t get caught out by unexpected bumps in the road

 

As you reopen your business and look to the future make sure you have all the tools to hand to make the most of opportunities as they arise. This event will talk you through some top tips on how to ensure you have all the information you need at your fingertips to ensure you can take the most successful decisions for your business.


Angela Appiah Shippey is a Director in the Corporate and Business Services Team at Bishop Fleming Chartered Accountants. Angela works across all sectors, but has a particular passion for supporting her local food and drink businesses. She will talk about how to manage your finances to ensure you know what the true financial picture is and are able to plan ahead successfully.

Noeleen Schenk is an information and knowledge management consultant, with over twenty-five years’ experience. She works with clients to help them to understand their information and knowledge environment - providing them with strategic and practical support to gain maximum value from their information assets, whilst complying with their legal and regulatory obligations. Essentially she supports clients to effectively manage their information, minimise their risk, and critically, derive value from their information assets. Noeleen will give us some useful tips on how to manage our data to help create a successful future.

David Perry is the MD of FSB Insurance Service and he will be explaining the value having the correct insurance can bring to a business and how it can take some of the stress out of expecting the unexpected.

Why not join us to hear from these 3 experienced speakers and come away with some top tips to protect your business from the unexpected in 2021.

Event contact

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One of FSB’s objectives is to value diversity and inclusion in everything it does and the strength of FSB rests on attracting the greatest number and diverse small business owners and the self-employed which reflect the whole of the UK business population. We therefore want existing and new small business owners and the self-employed, from whichever communities they belong to, to feel welcomed and a part of the FSB community.

All of our events, whether focused on a specific issue or equality characteristic, are therefore open to all. This also underpins the notion of allyship where marginalised groups are supported by those not from the specific groups or communities and offers mutual benefits for shared learning, wider conversations and a collective responsibility to inclusivity. If you have any questions please email the event organiser here: Gioia Grobler

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