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Series of free seminars to help businesses weather the storm of a recession

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In a move to help local businesses thrive during tough economic times, accountancy firm DJH Mitten Clarke has teamed up with the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub and Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce to host a series of informative events – the first titled “Recession-Proofing Your Business”.

The in-person event will take place on 1st February at Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce and will feature expert speakers including Rebecca Thorley, Client Services Director, Lucy Moult, Client Manager, Michael Burgess, Tax Director and David Wright, Head of Funding who will provide valuable insights and strategies for protecting and growing businesses during a recession.

Sara Williams, Staffordshire Chambers CEO, said: “We understand that these are challenging times for businesses, and we want to do everything we can to support our members and the wider community.

“That’s why we’re excited to partner with DJH Mitten Clarke to bring this informative event to the area. We believe that by sharing the knowledge and expertise of our team and our partners, we can help businesses navigate the current economic climate and emerge stronger.”

The event will cover a range of topics including financial planning, risk management, and cash flow forecasting, as well as providing an opportunity for businesses to ask questions and network with other local business owners.

“We are thrilled to be working with the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub and Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce on this important event,” said Scott Heath, CEO for DJH Mitten Clarke Group.

“We believe that by sharing our knowledge and experience, we can support businesses to make informed decisions and take proactive steps to protect their financial health during a recession. We look forward to welcoming local businesses to the event and helping them to build a great future.”

The event is open to all business owners and managers in the Staffordshire area and is free to attend. To register, please click here.

Tom Hammersley

Digital Content Officer at Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce. BA hons journalism graduate.

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