NextGen Business Club provides business support for business owners and directors, by focusing on the topics which are most relevant to running a company. Run by Phil Young, subscribers will gain access to online content, webinars and access to round table events to discuss important topics with help from expert guest speakers.
There is an opportunity to socialise after each event and Phil will available for subscribers to contact with questions on an ongoing basis.
The cost is discounted to £65 per month plus VAT for NextGen Premium members.
The events for 2018 are below and will be added to over time. Once subscribed you will receive further information on webinar dates and how to sign up to round tables.
A brief introduction to why GDPR is an important subject, not just another piece of bureaucracy and how to approach dealing with it.
Round table: People
This round table will focus on people issues, and will involve a guest speaker from a top legal practice discussing employment law and restrictive covenants8th March – Manchester
Webinar: Creating successful training plans
Round table: Finances
This round table will focus on the issues you need to think about when managing or modelling the finances within your own business, with guest speaker from an accountancy business.
18th April – London
3rd May – Manchester
Webinar: Succession planning
Round table: Risk
This round table will focus on the major strategic risks facing advice firms, including a review of 2018 and a forward look to 2019. The guest speaker will have an in depth knowledge of risk management, regulation and an insight into the current thoughts of the FCA.
19th September – London
3rd October – Manchester
Round table: Business planning
This round table will help you develop a strategic plan for 2019, sweeping up key themes which developed throughout the year and putting together a plan of action for the next. The guest speaker will be a consultant with extensive experience of planning and strategic thought, who can give guidance on how to create a realistic plan which will be followed through
7th November – London
14th November – Manchester