Annual Debt Summit to be held online
Key local and national figures in the debt recovery sector will be addressing business owners at an event to be held later in the year.
The annual Autumn Debt Summit will bring together specialists in their field to advise on topical issues, offering support and advice to businesses as the unprecedented challenges they have to deal with continue.
Debts have risen for many businesses over the past few months, as they battled to get through the COVID-19 lockdown period and continue to be affected by ongoing restrictions.
The summit, organised by debt specialists at law firm Sintons, will offer insight based on the very latest Government guidance, offering timely and relevant support to help businesses with their cash flow and debt.
It will be held online on Thursday, November 26, from 5pm, and is expected to attract attendees from across the country.
The event marks the latest in a series of highly successful online events held by Sintons, with the firm’s lawyers and specialist guest speakers continuing to be able to share their expertise despite the social distancing restrictions that remain in place.
Allison Thompson, head of debt recovery at Sintons, said: “We are well aware of the huge challenges that face businesses and they show no signs of subsiding in the near future. Having worked with many businesses across the country over the past few months, we understand their concerns in great detail and will continue to do all we can to support them in every way we can.
“Our Autumn Debt Summit will be a valuable resource for businesses in understanding their rights and knowing what action to take and how to go about it. By bringing together some of the leading names in debt recovery, we can help attendees access the advice and insight they need. Recovering debts and maintaining cash flow in times such as these can be crucial to a business’s survival, and we will work with them to help ensure that.”
* The Autumn Debt Summit will be held on Thursday, November 26, from 5pm. It will be an online event. To register, please contact David Pritchard, head of marketing, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0191 226 7802