Friday Sept 14 2018:
“Bungalow or Entire Street?”
With Chris Baguley of Together Finance. Buying a house at auction? Need to extend your factory? How about a new warehouse? The picture above shows the new B&M store in Whaley Bridge which will open in time for Christmas.
The big banks may have stopped lending, but challenger banks and other legit sources of finance have billions at your disposal. Come and hear how they raise their money, what they lend it for, and what they expect in return.
Chapel Golf Club, Manchester Road, Chapel en le Frith, SK23 9UH
Coffee, pastries from 7.30 am, speaker 8 – 9am, then networking over the bacon baps till 9.30am.
FUTURE DATES for your diary...
August: No meeting
Friday Sept 14th from 7.30am: Chris Baguley of Together Finance. Want to buy a house at auction? Need to extend your factory? How about a new warehouse? The big banks may have stopped lending, but challenger banks and other legit sources of finance have billions at your disposal. Come and hear how they raise their money, what they will lend it for, and what they expect from you in return.
Friday Oct 12th from 7.30am:“Minecraft? Minefield? or Big Business?” Jo Twist OBE, chief executive of UKIE, the trade association of the games industry, who in 2012 gained tax breaks for gamesmakers to avoid them emigrating; and co-founder of Games Workshop, Ian Livingstone CBE. An industry legend, he wrote the Fighting Fantasy books which topped bestseller lists in the 80s. More recently Games Workshop saw growth of over 50% in net profit in six months from over 400 retail stores. They have grown men painting plastic models, en masse. This is an important meeting, we are fortunate to have such star speakers!
Friday November 9th from 7.30am: Thomas Ward from South Derbyshire-based Ward Waste Management Solutions. Ordered a skip? Got some waste metal? Industrial waste? They collect it.. and then what? We barely give it another thought, but where there’s muck, there’s brass. This is big business now – in April Wards opened up a deep sea port at Immingham to help further growth and open up new markets. Come and hear how it’s done.
Friday December 7th: (requested) Ian Bingham FCA of BDO Manchester, our regular financial guru, to take us through the Chancellor’s Budget for 2019.The government needs more money – so where will the new tax burden fall? Date depends on the date of the Budget – not announced yet.