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Huddersfield accountancy firm hosts funding seminar for local businesses

David Busfield

Huddersfield-based accountancy practice, Crowther Chartered Accountants, will host an informative seminar on how businesses can secure funding, at the firm’s offices in Bradley, on June 6.

In partnership with Gill Watson, SME growth manager at Leeds City Region (LEP), Paul Tansey and Rachael Thurlbeck, business advisers from Ad:Venture and Rachel Sterling, founder of Zest Business Support, Crowther Chartered Accountants’ business development manager, David Busfield will introduce the event to more than twenty local businesses & professionals.

The event, which will include refreshments and networking from 8am until 10.30am, will cover a range of funding opportunities for businesses in a variety of sectors including manufacturing, engineering, digital, printing & media.

Organiser David Busfield joined Crowther Chartered Accountants in August 2017, bringing with him more than 40 years’ worth of experience in commercial and corporate banking for HSBC Group. David has assisted a significant number of S M E businesses to secure funding throughout his career.

Established in 1995, Crowther Chartered Accountants provides accountancy, taxation, audit, financial mentoring and bookkeeping support to clients across Yorkshire and the rest of the UK.

David Busfield said: “The event is an incredibly valuable opportunity for local businesses to gain insight into how to secure funding for their company.

“We have lots of really useful information for them to take away, and opportunities to share, which we feel businesses could really be taking advantage of in the region.

“To work in collaboration with Ad:venture and LEP is fantastic, and we’re really looking forward to engaging with our clients other businesses & professionals to share knowledge and expertise.”

 

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