Do you run your own business or are you thinking of starting a business?
Got some questions for business experts, but don’t have the time in your busy schedule to go to them? Well, now they are coming to the heart of the community to speak to you.
Remember there is no such thing as a silly question when it comes to concerns you might have about running or starting a small business.
Chapter Clwb http://www.chapter.org/chapter-clwb has teamed up with NatWest Bank, Business Wales, Princes Trust, Broomfield Alexander and Jason Pask www.careervip.co.uk from Career VIP, to bring you our next Small Business Advice Pop-Up Event.
In the wonderfully relaxed and friendly atmosphere at Chapter Arts Centre in Canton, Cardiff come and have a chat with friendly accountants, lawyers, HR experts and bank representatives.
All advice and chats are confidential and free – so is the breakfast and the coffee!
Join us on Monday 12th December from 8.30am to 12pm. Breakfast will be served at 8.30am with the presentation beginning at 9am. Following the presentation we will hold our pop-up event where you can chat with any of the companies listed above.
Jason Pask will be presenting the Starting up in Business seminar.
Jason works with job seekers who are looking to change jobs or career, with experienced workers who find themselves redundant and with students looking to find their first job.
At Career VIP we support and develop you in a number of key areas regarding your job search, including career choices, job hunting and applications, interview and CV preparation, making positive first impressions, and salary negotiation.
We also work closely with organisations that require outplacement support.
Career VIP founder Jason Pask has over 15 years experience working with job seekers and companies across the UK. His approach is honest and direct with the ability to help individuals make their own choices and take control of their future.
Having run his own successful business within search and selection for the last decade, Jason understands the job market inside and out. He knows what employers are looking for and how individuals can improve their chances of success. Jason has assisted companies in an advisory role on subjects such as redundancy, salary survey, career transition, and talent management. He has also lectured to final year students at Cardiff University on a range of subjects, from what it takes to operate your own business to preparing for the world of work. Jason is also a Business role model working with the Welsh Government visiting educational establishments to deliver inspirational seminars to students young and old.
If you want to book in, please complete the registration, alternatively just pop in on the day.