News: Discuss Brexit Concerns

Posted on 14th March 2019

‘The Coast to Capital Growth Hub is holding a Brexit Week where there will be scheduled 1 to 1 clinics for businesses to come and discuss Brexit concerns with our Account Managers. In addition, outside specialists are available on selective days to add support and insight with regards to International Trade Issues, Tax implications and the impact of Brexit on commercial contracts. These Clinics are taking place in Chichester at Freedom Works, Croydon SINC and Brighton NatWest Accelerator on the Tuesday 18th, Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th of March. There are only 10 appointments available each day so if your business is interested in finding out more or booking an appointment, please call the Growth Hub on 01403 333840.’

For more detail      http://www.c2cbusiness.org.uk/event/1552953600/brexit-week.html

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