Organiser: Hill Dickinson
Location: Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL
Phone: 0151 600 8752
We are delighted to invite you to our annual insolvency conference, taking place this year at Manchester Art Gallery, on Tuesday 16 April 2013.
Join us for this half-day event and hear guest speaker and former enterprise editor of the Sunday Times, Rachel Bridge, talk about innovative ways to improve business performance.
Our expert team of insolvency and property lawyers will also bring you up-to-date on important developments with partnership and LLP insolvencies, loan enforcement issues, practical solutions to real estate issues for IPs, together with our regular corporate and personal insolvency case law updates.
08:30 Registration and coffee
09:00 Chairman's welcome – Paul Spence, partner
09:10 Partnerships, LLPs and Insolvency Law – Jeremy Reilly, partner
09:35 Issues in Enforcing Commercial Loans – Richard Palmer, solicitor
10:00 Property and Insolvency Law: an update – Kevin Lee, partner
10:35 Coffee break
10:55 Case Law Update – Martin March, partner and Cheryl Cox, associate
11:25 How to turn around a business without spending any money on it – guest speaker: Rachel Bridge. Rachel is a business writer, public speaker and author of five books about entrepreneurs. She is the former enterprise editor of The Sunday Times and now writes an opinion column on small business issues for The Sunday Telegraph, as well as running events and workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses. In 2010 she took a one-woman show about entrepreneurs called 'How to make a million before lunch' to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her latest book is 'How to start a business without any money' published in 2012.
12:05 Questions and chairman's close
12:20 Lunch and networking
The cost is £75 per head.
Venue details and directions
Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL
Please contact Kerri McKeown on email@example.com or 0151 600 8752.