As the year-end approaches, the mad rush to complete everything has begun which is why the HURST tax team along with guest speakers will be giving you pointers on how to make sure you save as much as possible and maximise your tax position for 2016/2017.
Sorry, we have no events coming up in the near future but come back soon - we've got lots of things in the pipeline.
Unlocking the Potential of Future Leaders
HURST are proud sponsors of this event hosted by the Academy for Chief Executives. The event is aimed at business leaders looking to unlock their full potential. This will be a great opportunity to hear from Kriss Akabusi MBE, Athletic Gold Medallist and Simon Hartley, Sports Psychologist and Performance Coach - both well known leaders in their respective fields.
The Apprenticeship Levy - Are You Ready?
The new apprenticeship levy is being introduced on 6 April 2017 with the new system becoming operational as of 1 May 2017. This new levy will be affecting businesses of all sizes and we want to make sure you know all the facts before the changes come into play.
The Impact of Brexit: The Economic Outlook for 2017 and Beyond
HURST is partnering up with The IoD, Capstone Financial Management and Pannone Corporate to discuss the impact that Brexit will have on the UK economy in 2017.
Every year, HURST offer all clients and prospects the opportunity to get updates on the HR issues that will be arising in the year ahead.
Family Business Lunch - "40 Years Yeung"
Yang Sing is a family owned restaurant located in the heart of Manchester’s China Town and will be celebrating 40 years of business this October. HURST are thrilled to be taking part in this celebration which gives honour to the successful running of this Michelin listed family owned restaurant.
Jaguar Land Rover Experience
HURST will be hosting a Jaguar Land Rover Experience in conjunction with NatWest. HURST works very closely with many manufacturing businesses and we have a keen interest for this ever developing industry. At HURST, we constantly seek to discover more about manufacturing in the North-West and the Jaguar Land Rover Experience presents a perfect opportunity to do this.
Doing Business in Australia
Following the Brexit decision there has been renewed interest in other easily accessible international markets. Australia has, and continues to be, a good destination for UK businesses to operate.
At HURST we have been buoyed by our clients pragmatism and innovation in dealing with Brexit. We feel that clients would benefit from some collective thoughts and ideas and are inviting specially selected entrepreneurs to discuss how they are dealing with this issue.