Feedback: Small Business Clinic at Re:Work Seminar

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Our business seminar yesterday (12/03) at the Winchester School of Art Re:Work fair was well received! Clinic Consultant and Southampton alumnus Renold Tang delivered two seminars on “Running Your Own Business (Part 1)” and “Starting Your Own Business: The Mechanics (Part 2)” to 15 entreprenueric art students. Drawing from his knowledge as a Fellow Chartered Accountant and experience as an entrepreneur, Renold’s lecture covered topics ranging from ‘different types of business vehicles’ and ‘important clauses to include in a shareholders agreement’ to the sacrifice and self-discipline required to start a business.

Feedback from the audience were largely positive, with audience praising the interactiveness of the seminar.

Overall, the seminars were given a rating of 88% by the attendees, with good marks for all criteria including “Info about seminar”, “Quality of service”, “Quality of advice”,  and “Treatment by staff”. and “Sufficient amount of time”.

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Renold has also published his suggested list of matters to be included to in a shareholders’ agreement on our website, which can be found here.

Interested in booking a 1-on-1 appointment with us? Unfortunately, we have no scheduled clinic dates for the rest of the 2014/15 academic year, as we have recently concluded our current season. We will resume our clinic service in the next academic year (2015/16), around Oct/Nov 2015. Check this space for updates or register your interest with us by e-mailing us at sbclinic [at]; we will contact you once new dates are available.


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