This event is now over and took place on Tue 03 Apr 2012



Event Summary

An increasing amount of public sector professionals are either 'spinning out' of the sector or are considering doing so.

These spin-outs encounter a range of challenges - including prohibitive legal and financial hurdles. This free-to-attend seminar will provide new and prospective spin-outs with practical advice on how to overcome the problems they will face as they leave the public sector.

Perhaps the most important of these is how to develop a sustainable business from the very first contract won. Attendees will hear from fellow professionals who have successfully made the transition from public sector employee to delivering public services as a social enterprise, successfully establishing a sustainable business in the process.

Join us for discussion, knowledge-sharing and networking at this free event held at the Guardian's HQ in London. Click here to apply for your place.

The seminar will provide expert guidance on the legal, accountancy and business challenges involved in setting up and running a public service mutual.

There will also be time for informal networking with your peers and the featured experts before and after the event.

For further information follow this link.

Confirmed speakers include:

Murtaza Jessa, partner, haysmacintyre
Neil Woodbridge, chief executive, Thurrock Lifestyle Solutions CIC
Abbie Rumbold, partner, Bates Wells & Braithwaite London LLP
Andrew Laird, director, Mutual Ventures
Louise McCartney, senior associate, Bates Wells & Braithwaite London LLP
Join us at this interactive session to find out how to 'spin out' successfully.

Venue

The Scott Room

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