how far will you take your business


‘How far will you take your business?’

Once your business has taken off, is there an opportunity to grow bigger, go further? How do you protect your route? What are the options when it comes to funding to take your business further?

If you are starting a business or you’re a seasoned business owner, it could be a great time to join our Q&A webinar series.

This is part 2 of our series in support of business owners for all stages of the business lifecycle.

We have invited Alan Ramsden and David Assor from GWM and Claire Barringer from Rayner Essex to our expert panel to answer your questions.

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Growing your business

Questions Covered:

  • How do you grow a business, what are the funding options?
  • How do you protect your business, what insurance packages are there?
  • How do you know when to outsource and when to hire?
  • PAYE and Payroll
  • Pension plans for employees
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GWM Panelists

David has worked in financial services since 1989. He has extensive experience advising individuals and companies on their employee benefits and pension arrangements. He is responsible for providing advice to clients in all areas of Wealth Management, with a focus on helping clients to make suitable, tax-effective provisions for their retirement.

Alan has had a distinguished career in financial services, spanning more than 30 years and specialises in equity release, commercial loans, personal finance, bridging finance and development finance.

GWM’s Guest Panelist



Claire Barringer Guest Speaker

Claire Barringer

Director of Accounting Solutions

I spend a lot of my time advising clients on accounting software and solutions to bookkeeping issues. My aim is to make it as painless as possible, ensuring they have an efficient streamlined system leaving them with the valuable time they need to run their business.

Outside of work my time is taken up by two very active kids. In the last year they have forced me into being a Saracens season ticket holder and I must admit I’m now beginning to enjoy it!

The discussion runs for about 45 minutes with a 15 minutes Q&A session at the end.

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