Workshop

Introduction to Making Tax Digital and Alternative Business Funding

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Workshop

Introduction to Making Tax Digital and Alternative Business Funding

Carlisle

The Good Sister, 5 Cecil Street, Carlisle

Wednesday, 20 Nov 2019

Closing date for application:
Monday, 18 Nov 2019

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Carlisle

The Good Sister, 5 Cecil Street, Carlisle

Wednesday, 20 Nov 2019

Closing date for application:
Monday, 18 Nov 2019

Limited availability

Overview

Do you want to understand what Making Tax Digital means for you and your business and discover new ideas of how to grow your business?

At this event you’ll have the chance to hear from expert guest speakers from Funding Circle and David Allen Accountants. You’ll also get to network with like-minded local businesses, so you can discuss the key issues impacting your local area, share ideas and find ways to support each other.

As you start or develop your own business, the business connections you make and business knowledge you gain can be invaluable in helping you take the next steps to growth.

James Kind, Regional Manager at Funding Circle will be presenting about alternative lending and how Funding Circle can help your business. You will leave with added knowledge of the range of funding options available to your business and discover new ideas of how to grow your business.

Funding Circle is the world’s leading direct lending platform for business loans, where people and organisations can directly lend to small businesses. Since 2010, £5.4bn has been lent to more than 52,000 businesses through Funding Circle. They are also one of the UKs fastest growing financial technology businesses.

Amy Johnston from David Allen Accountants will provide expert advice on Making Tax Digital (MTD) and will cover:
- What MTD is
- What MTD means for you and your business
- Making your business MTD ready
- Assistance and advice on the best software options for your business

David Allen Accountants was set up in 1997, originally working out of a converted garage and today has a team of over 100 dedicated staff based in its purpose-built offices in Dalston, Penrith, Workington and Dumfries. Amy Johnston is their business services & software specialist.

This event will suit businesses at all stages of growth looking to build a clearer understanding of making tax digital and business owners looking at funding options to grow their business.

Agenda

17:30
Welcome and networking
18:00
James Kind, Funding Circle
18:30
Amy Johnston, David Allen Accountants
19:00
Networking
19:30
Event close
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