Free workshop for business owners on dealing with problems

PUBLISHED: 14:14 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 14:14 29 June 2015

Bromley town centre

Bromley town centre


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Businesspeople in Bromley are invited to a free workshop tomorrow to learn how to handle crises.

There will be presentations on how to manage unexpected economic impacts on your business, new competitors, cyber-security, cashflow and more. The workshop is aimed at small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups.

A Bromley Council spokesperson explained: “As a business owner you may be so focused on day-to-day operations that you don’t have time to think about potential disruptions to your business.”

The workshop will take place in committee room 1 at the Civic Centre in Stockwell Close, Bromley, from 6pm to 8.30pm.

Afterwards there will be the opportunity to network and get free advice from a chartered accountant and a bank manager, along with wine and light refreshments.

Although the event is free, you need to book a place at

For more details call Andrea Dunhill on 020 7920 8788 or 07876 035 933, or email

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