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Posted by Rosemary Pharo, Apr 2 2017 5:51PM

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Just two days to go to our Bromley event!

STOP PRESS: We also have Jilly, an expert in Branding coming now!
Are you starting out and need more practical business advice? Have you been going for a while but not sure your therapies can provide you with the net income you need? Do you know how to legally keep more of your income and give less to Inland Revenue? Are their other ways of growing a sideways income that can help too?

Come and meet a virtual PA who specialises in the Health and Wellness industry, a coach who helps therapists make money doing what they love and a book-keeper specialising in small business who can give you practical, useful tips for maximising the income you get - especially after the budget.

Like you these are all friendly people who run their own small businesses.

So you get more attention we will break into small groups and get to talk to each one of these specialists who know where you are coming from.

Martin Leonard of Hayfield Bookeeping
A highly experienced finance professional recognised from long-standing career with The Sage Group Plc (Sage UK) and Treasurer of a registered charity, for the ability to develop, implement and manage computerised bookkeeping function while overseeing multi-site office and a team of direct reports. Combines reliable and solid accounting with a commercial outlook and sound financial controls to realise the desired results. Specialises in achieving profitability, cost control and operational improvement.

Caroline Percy is a Bowen Therapist
For over 21 years she has been working as a Bowen therapists working with people who are suffering pain from bad backs, stiff necks, frozen shoulders or migraines and shares all the business skills that have worked for her along the way. You can signup to get a free download of her 9 Top Tips to Thrive here:

Faye Cox
Faye PA Services provide a high level of PA/administrative support to meet the business needs of health and wellness professionals. She specialises in e-mails, research. letter writing. travel arrangements. newsletters. social media etc. so her clients can focus on saving time and money.

You can send payment by paypal to:
2 CPD points .
£5 members and £6 non-members.

The URC entrance is on Widmore Road, next to the large Boots.
By train: Bromley South station is 10 minutes walk up the high street, turn right on to market square, walk round past the Lakeland store and turn left on to Widmore Road. Walk past Boots and it is the next building. Ask for the Lovell Room. Bromley North station is also close by.
By bus: numerous buses run to Bromley. Try and exit by the Glades shopping centre, walk up to market square, turn right, walk round past the Lakeland store and turn left on to Widmore Road. Walk past Boots and it is the next building. Ask for the Lovell Room.
By car: You can park in the Glades car park (£1.10 per hour) and head through the Boots shop at the end, turn right and enter the URC next door. Parking is also available in the Civic Centre off Kentish Way for a little more than the Glades price. Cross over the pedestrian bridge, enter the Glades, turn right and head to Boots at the far end, turn right and entre the URC next door to Boots.

Emergency contact: Rosemary Pharo 07940 913382
Lavina Carrasco
Apr 3 2017 9:39AM
Hi Rosemary I will be there. Thanks

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