Join us for the next of these popular breakfast events where Elaine Flowers, Head of Educational Partnerships and Lifelong Learning at The University of Cumbria will guide us through the recent developments in Apprenticeship training and funding. Our in-house experts will discuss the findings of our recent Family Business Survey and reveal some autumn statement predictions.
This is the third in the series of these popular seminars and the final one in 2016. Business Accelerators are designed to update Business Owners and Financial Directors on topical accounting, business and tax matters. We also provide a forum for you to meet people in similar roles, creating a network to share ideas.
Speakers & Topics
Elaine Flowers, Head of Educational Partnerships and Lifelong Learning at The University of Cumbria
Hear about how your business could benefit with the introduction of the new Apprenticeships Standards currently under development and the introduction of the Apprenticeships Levy. What these mean for businesses, who pays, who doesn't and how they could benefit from apprenticeships in the future.
Steven Metcalf, Tax Consultant at Armstrong Watson
Steven uncovers the findings from our recent Family Business Survey and explores key issues facing family businesses including plans for growth and longevity.
Nigel Holmes and Graham Poles, Tax Partners at Armstrong Watson
Nigel and Graham will look at the tax implications of succession in family businesses and give us an insight into what could be coming up in the Autumn statement.
Date: Thursday, 3rd November 2016
Time: 8.00am - 10.00am