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Free business advice clinic being held in Cambridge

Small and medium sized businesses can look forward to a free business advice clinic being held in Cambridge on 26 June, hosted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

The ICAEW-hosted event will cover topics including better business finance, exporting, business growth, and access to finance.  Any and all are welcome to attend the event, being held at 6pm at Quy Mill Hotel, for free advice tailored specifically for SMEs.

Part of the Institute’s Business Advice Service Week, an initiative that was launched in autumn of last year, the event is one of many that were designed to increase private-sector driven recovery prospects by offering a leg up to start-ups and SMEs across the UK. BAS Week events are not only localised in Cambridge but are available wherever the nearest ICAEW office is; whether it be an internationally-known adviser or a small, local firm, SMEs and start-ups can take advantage of free advice sessions with a chartered accountant ICAEW member.

ICAEW East England regional director, Pippa Bourne, commented on the Institute’s new scheme, remarking that it’s not the sole responsibility of the government to aid businesses to endure and prevail.  Chartered accountants need to recognise that they have responsibilities to offer guidance to facilitate these goals as well as a matter of public interest, Ms Bourne added.

The 26 June event will have a focus on the presentation of finance proposals for small businesses looking to foster growth.  The event, which begins at 6 pm, will have ‘SME advice clinics’ available from 7.30 onward.

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