Champion Joins Business Bites

September 20th, 2012

Champion Accountants will be on hand at the next “Business Bites” event to shed some light on VAT issues relating to the food industry.

Business Bites, the region’s Food Industry Networking Event, is taking place on Thursday 27th September at The Red Pump Inn, near Clitheroe.

Gareth Ellison and Sheila Lonergan from Champion’s Preston team will be talking through the VAT issues affecting businesses trading in the food industry, making sense of some of the seemingly complicated rules.

They will also address any queries that delegates may have in relation to VAT, as well as any other accountancy questions.
The event will take place between 6pm-8pm and there will be a traditional Lancashire hotpot served. There will be a booking charge of £10.00 + VAT.

For more information on how to book your place please contact:

Joanne Scott of Strawberry Standards on telephone number 07540 566597 or e-mail jo@strawberrystandards.co.uk

Claire Thomas of Claire Thomas Marketing & Events on telephone number 07931 776352 or e-mail Claire@clairethomas.bizfoo

If you wish to contact Gareth or Sheila prior to the event with a specific question or topic please do not hesitate to get in touch. Email preston@championgroup.co.uk using ‘Business Bites’ as the subject.


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