Finances during COVID-19: an update for design agencies with Moore Kingston Smith LLP | DBA Member webinar
As the UK Government releases their roadmap to a return to work and new financial initiatives and updates are announced, how can design agencies take best advantage of what is available to them?
In this DBA Member exclusive webinar, Esther Carder and her team at Moore Kingston Smith LLP will take you through the latest changes and explore how agencies can effectively utilise what’s available as we plan for and move into a new phase.
In this webinar, our expert panellists will cover:
– Policy: an in-depth exploration of the latest government announcements on loans, funding and plans to kick start the economy, plus what might be around the corner.
– People: how might the latest amendments to the job retention scheme impact design agencies and will the part-time working update help agencies better manage their resources?
– Loans and funding: with a lot of potential support available, which are the best options for different situations? Should debt be avoided at all costs, or are the CBIL and Bounce Back Loans too good not to take?
Esther and her team will also be taking live questions from the audience, and you can send any you may already have around these issues in advance to email@example.com.
Join us live from 12.00-13.00 on Tuesday 19 May – DBA Members login and register here.
Limited to 500 registrations.
About Esther Carder
Esther has been a partner specialising in the media and marketing services industry for 17 years, an area she is passionate about. She describes the sector as not only interesting, but motivating, because of the energetic and entrepreneurial people it attracts. As well as providing clients with audit and tax services, she also advises regularly on employee inventive schemes, valuations, company restructures and M&A transactions. Esther particularly enjoys helping clients to grow and improve their performance through the range of Strategic Growth Services that Kingston Smith offer. Esther speaks regularly at seminars and is widely quoted in trade press.