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Go and Grow Online Summit: 1 October 2014

by Scott Brown | Oct 01, 2014
  • Eight million Brits own online businesses, while the Internet is estimated to contribute 8.3% in GDP to the British economy. If you run an online business (or are contemplating starting one), the Go and Grow Online Summit on 1 October will provide you with the opportunity to network and learn from some of the UK's most successful online businesses.

    The Go and Grow Online Summit takes place on Wednesday 1 October from 09:30 to 17:00 at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills at 1 Victoria Street, London and is part of Enterprise Nation's Go and Grow Online campaign. It will see some of the UK’s most successful online entrepreneurs share stories and insights to foster growth in the UK's vibrant online business community.

    Featured topics include managing and measuring social media, the ins and outs of building a business on Facebook, and fund-raising for global expansion. You’ll also hear the success stories of some of the UK’s hottest online startups and discover the ingredients of a successful startup.

    The government’s Growth Vouchers scheme enables small businesses to receive up to £2,000 in free services in a range of different categories. If you meet the requirements you will be able to apply for a Growth Voucher at HMRC and if approved, can spend it with a supplier or adviser listed on the Enterprise Nation marketplace. Our Accounting division is one such approved supplier, and will be accepting Growth Vouchers until March 2015.

    We are a professional services company that specialises in cross-border financial and immigration advice and solutions.

    Our teams in the UK, South Africa and Australia can ensure that when you decide to move overseas, invest offshore or expand your business internationally, you’ll do so with the backing of experienced local experts.

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