Growing your business out of recession

Growing your business out of recession

Lincolnshire businesses are being invited to an event designed to help them grow their business out of a recession.

The event is being staged by NatWest, Duncan & Toplis Chartered Accountants and Sills & Betteridge Solicitors. Taking place on Tuesday 8th November at The Think Tank in Lincoln, the event will feature three discussion sessions with an opportunity for attendees to have a one-to-one consultation with local representatives from the firms.

NatWest will offer a session on obtaining funding and financing growth. Duncan & Toplis will discuss financial survival tips and Sills & Betteridge will talk about steps which can be taken to protect your business.

“Some people think coming through the recession is the hard part, but many trading dangers still lurk for business owners”, explains Jon Major, director, business banking at NatWest in Lincoln.

Tim Godson, a partner at Duncan Toplis, adds: “The aim of the day is to give real practical advice and demystify the perception that there is no help for small businesses.”

Ed Capes, Partner at Sills & Betteridge concludes: “We have a close-knit professional community here in Lincoln: this is further evidence of how we are working together to promote the prosperity and well-being of Lincolnshire businesses.”

To book a place at the event which costs £12 please contact Hayley Johnson at Duncan & Toplis on 01522 507000 or via



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