Wednesday saw another highly successful Sutton United Business Club networking event held at The Grange, this luxurious venue was perfect for a business lunch and with a fine selection of hot and cold food this accompanied the informative presentations perfectly. Firm favourites amongst the members were the quiches and the samosas.
The first Business club member to present was Michael Morant of Vanarama Kingston and Epsom, he explained how to acquire commercial vehicles or cars and the different options available to finance them through leasing, contract hire, contract purchase. He was followed by Tony Ward of Home Instead Senior Care who discussed dementia and how companies and organisations can be more dementia friendly learning to recognise the signs in those who suffer. Jonathan Amponsah from The Tax Guys then went on to identify ways in which companies can avoid paying too much tax and still operate legally.
Chris Herron and Nicky Fisher both of Herron Fisher took to the floor to explain about the business insolvency and business recovery aspects to their firm , their key message was to seek help at the initial suspicion of financial trouble. Anna Poore from Redford Cairns spoke regarding recruitment and was very informative in ensuring integrity of recruitment is upheld throughout the recruitment process.
The final presentation came from Claire Farmer and Mark Basker from Everyone Active, they spoke about wellbeing in the workplace, occupational health and supporting staff to keep fit and active and the business benefits in doing so.
Many thanks from Abbotts Group and Sutton United to The Grange for hosting another fabulous event, thank you to the business club members who took the time to present and thank you to the members for attending.
If you would like any more information regarding the content of the presentations then use our contacts form on the site and we can connect you with the presenter.
Our next event is scheduled for Monday 16th March. More details to follow.