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Heart of Midlothian’s Ninety Minutes Business Support Series

Posted: 19th June 2019

Seminar 1: Getting it right from the kick off. Starting your business.  This session will review tax and other key issues to help you avoid penalites. It will also provide considerations for taking on your first business premises

Date: Wednesday 26 June 2019

Time: 18:30 – 20:00

Location: The Innovation Centre at Tynecastle Park, McLeod Street, Edinburgh



Heart of Midlothian’s Ninety Minutes Business Support series will inspire new start-ups and aspiring entrepreneurs to build solid foundations to succeed in business. Sessions are free to attend

Sessions consist of a 45-minute seminar delivered by our partner, Brodies LLP followed by 45 minutes of networking and the chance to put your questions to Brodies’ experts.

This unique format enables attendees to learn the foundation of sound business practices and provides space to network with expert professionals.

These seminars are for everyone to benefit; from the experienced business owner, to the newly established small business on the high street, and to the individuals with a burning business idea that is in its early stages – we want to hear from you and help you get started!

Join us in the first session in the series to learn about the early stages of setting up a business. Apply your learnings to your own company, develop your business idea further and improve your chances of creating a successful and sustainable venture!

Why not try Ninety Minutes?  It could be the perfect match for your business.

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