At the beginning of each year, we host an annual HR Update to ensure you are aware of the up-coming changes in the year. There have been a number of key employment law changes since our last update, not least the latest Employment Appeals Tribunal finding on the employment status of UBER drivers.
Every year we inform and entertain hundreds of MDs, FDs and business owners at our range of expert events. You can attend for free - without obligation - and you don’t need to be an existing client!
Sales and Marketing for Growth
In past years, HURST has run regular sessions around Sales & Marketing for Growth (SMG). This goes hand in hand with our proposal of offering our clients and contacts the best possible business advice, which is why we're re-introducing this initiative.
It's that time of year again - Christmas is nearly upon us and we wanted to get the festive period started by hosting a drinks reception at our Manchester office. Join us for drinks, nibbles and good conversation on Thursday 7th December. The more the merrier so do feel free to bring colleagues along!
Doing Business In The Netherlands
In April, we hosted an event entitled “Doing Business in Ireland”, to help those proactively looking to mitigate the effects of Brexit. During our next event, we’re inviting businesses to discover how setting up in the Netherlands could also mitigate any potentially adverse effects of Brexit as well as presenting strategic growth opportunities in its own right.
Autumn Budget Update: Stockport Session
Following the Chancellor’s Budget announcement on 22nd November, HURST Managing Partner, Tim Potter and Don Smith, Brown Shipley’s Chief Investment Officer will be hosting two round table sessions to give an overview of the implications of the changes announced.
Autumn Budget Update: Manchester Session
Following the Chancellor’s Budget announcement on 22nd November Paul Brown, head of Tax Compliance at HURST and Don Smith, Brown Shipley’s Chief Investment Officer will be hosting two round table sessions to give an overview of the implications of the changes announced.