Every commentator agrees that this is going to be a hard year for businesses. The Economic Partnership is inviting you to come to a major free event in Hove on 12th February to find out exactly what you can do to survive 2010.
NatWest Bank has joined forces with The Economic Partnership to stage an event on Friday 12th February at Hove Town Hall designed to help businesses steer a course through the coming year when the fledgling recovery in the UK economy will be challenged by increased taxes, reduced consumer spending, rising unemployment and stagnant house prices.
RBS economist Neil Parker (who appears regularly in the written media and on news channels commentating on the economy and financial markets) will tell you what the future is likely to hold over the next 12 months and Business Link will tell you what free [publicly funded] business support is available to help you get through it.
Royston Guest from the international business solutions company Pti Worldwide will also be presenting on how to exploit the post recession landscape so that your company thrives as well as survives. there will also be an opportunity to discuss business issues with other experts.
The session will start at 9.45 a.m. and end with lunch at 12.15 p.m.
The event is free but to help with the catering please email firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest in attending.
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