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If you’re at The Business Show on 16th and 17th November in Olympia, London, pop down to Stand 612 in the Startup Zone, where you’ll be able to meet with our friendly advisors and chat about how we can help empower you and your business.
Our team will be keen to answer any questions you might have about our range of services, specifically tailored to freelancers, contractors and small businesses. Looking for an online accounting service, a self-employed mortgage, or insurance for your business? We’ve got you covered.
Our own Darren Fell will be speaking at Startup Theatre 6 on Friday 17th November at 1:15pm. Darren’s a passionate advocate of entrepreneurialism and micro-businesses, and steers Crunch’s strategy and culture as our CEO.
Having taken Crunch from an idea to a top-100 accountancy firm with an operation of 180 people, Darren will be explaining how to hit the ground running and make a success of your business – from the initial planning all the way to hiring your first employee. Make sure you don’t miss it!
After the show on the Thursday (16th), we’re continuing the discussion among freelancers, contractors and small business owners at the nearby Hansom Cab pub.
Join us just a short 15-minute walk from Olympia for a drink and nibbles, where our experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about accounting, mortgages, business insurance, and investments and pensions.
Be part of our Crunch Chorus community and meet new friends and like-minded professionals. Of course, attendance to this informal meetup is free!
If you make it along to the Business Show, be sure to visit us on Stand 612 in the Startup Zone and ask about our special offer for all new accounting clients. It’s your chance to bag £50 in Amazon vouchers!
(£50 Amazon voucher offer available to new accounting clients only. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. No cash alternative will be offered.)
The show provides world-class expertise from a range of speakers on everything needed to improve, evolve or expand a business in any department or industry.
After 17 years of running, the event attracts 25,000 businesses to London twice a year, from small startups to large corporations.
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