A business club hosted once a month by Menta, the Suffolk Enterprise Agency, at its Haverhill offices will be providing free legal advice to new or current businesses when it meets next week.
The Menta Business Clubs offer advice and help for people considering setting up a small business and dozens of people are already benefitting.
The clubs cover business subjects including business planning, marketing, social media, and finance; web sites and media relations.
In 2014 the clubs will be running specialist themed events with guest speakers providing free guidance at each one.
Andrew Cooper from Greene & Greene Solicitors in Bury St Edmunds will be on hand to offer free legal guidance for those wanting to start a business or to help develop their current business when the Haverhill Menta Business Club takes place from 12.30pm to 2pm on Thursday, January 9 at the Menta Business Centre, 2 Hollands Road, CB9 8PU..
Phil Pethybridge, who hosts the clubs on behalf of Menta said, “The content we provide is responsive to the needs of the attendees.
“I’m grateful to have local businesses come on board to help those just starting out.”
The Menta Business Clubs are for people who have a great idea for a business but don’t know how
to go about being their own boss.
The sessions run every month for an hour and a half and booking is not required.
For more information contact Menta on 01284 760206 or contact Phil on firstname.lastname@example.org.