Freeman Fisher will be joining small businesses from across the region as we hear from the government Small Business Commissioner, Paul Uppal next week, hosted by Hilton Smythe Finance.
The role of Small Business Commissioner was launched back in December 2017 to support Britain’s 5.7 million small businesses to resolve payment disputes and tackle larger businesses unfair payment practices to drive culture change. Paul Uppal was appointed to the role by Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and explained his mission on behalf of small businesses:
“Having run my own small business for over 20 years I am well aware that integrity and trust are key to running and building a successful business. My mission is to help all small businesses nurture positive and lasting relationships with their customers that work in the best interests of both.”
At Freeman Fisher we work with businesses at all stages of their growth and work particularly closely with clients as they take the journey from start up to small business. We are very familiar with the opportunities and challenges businesses face along that journey and have a close knit team that not only can support commercial, property, dispute resolution, employment etc. but also have personal experience as small business owners themselves so it is great to get the opportunity to hear from the Small Business Commissioner and other business from across the region.
Hilton Smythe Finance are pleased to invite small businesses to attend on 8th May, 12pm – 2pm at the Marriott, Worsley Park.
“The event will give North West business people the opportunity to hear some of the most up to date information about the economy and the outlook for small businesses post-Brexit. It will also be the chance to hear top tips from the experts about business finance and ensuring supply chain resilience through timely payments.”
To speak to the team at Freeman Fisher about your business journey or any aspect of support for your business contact us on 0161 835 9090 or email@example.com.