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Meet the World: with Bishop Fleming (Exploring Finance and Global Markets)
Thursday May 6 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
About this Event
In the final event of our Meet the World Series, EPIC is drawing on the expertise of award-winning chartered accountants, Bishop Fleming who will pull together ideas from across the series.
The session will cover:
- Understanding the UK as a place of inward investment
- Understanding the incentives and taxes when operating in the UK.
- Preparing to export for the first time.
- How to ‘tap into’ funding available in Cornwall (for foreign and Cornish SMEs)
- Finance questions raised by businesses during the previous events
- How Bishop Fleming can help you reach your business goals
Suitable for: SMEs (from outside of the UK) and SMEs (from within Cornwall and the wider SW)
The Meet the World Online Series aims to facilitate discussion about eHealth solutions across continents. These taster sessions are opportunities to meet organisations and businesses around the globe to explore how technology can improve health and wellbeing. The event series is suitable for: health and care professionals, SMEs, local council, academics, commissioners, patient representative groups and more.
Delivered by EPIC, The Meet the World series of events are fully-funded webinars. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), EPIC is a £4 million project led by the University of Plymouth’s Centre for Health Technology. EPIC provides sector-specific support for local businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to develop new eHealth products and services that will not only create new jobs and support the local economy, but create truly useful innovations to improve quality of life and boost wellbeing for many.
By registering for this fully-funded webinar event you are agreeing to your registration data being stored with EPIC, the University of Plymouth and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
Please tick when registering if you are happy for your data to be shared with: David Kirk and Ewan McClymont from Bishop Fleming.