18 September 201909:30-17:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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Students: £65 + VAT
Members: £145 + VAT
Standard: £225 + VAT
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The Small Practitioners conference will provide advice on how to overcome a variety of problems specific to sole and small practitioners. The popular one day conference is of great value to attendees and is sure to influence the way you manage your business afterwards.
Throughout the day you will have plenty of opportunities to network with other small practitioners and take part in discussions on business-critical topics for businesses and professionals working in the built environment.
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