Don’t balls it up: How to avoid the pitfalls on your fast growth journey to success

11:00 - 12:00

Join us for a fast-paced panel discussion at unbound London to hear from our expert panel of accountants from CBW and lawyers Taylor Vinters.   The panel will highlight the key factors to consider on the next phase of your journey when transitioning from a ‘start up’ to high growth.

Building a successful business is about riding the highs and dodging the lows whilst managing a team of highly motivated staff… not to mention ensuring that luck is on your side. There is no single path for innovators and entrepreneurs so it is important to ensure that your chosen growth path is maintained and secured at all times, and surprises, challenges, as well as opportunities are taken.

With questions from the audience, our panel will highlight the key factors you need to consider on your journey. Topics will include:

– International Expansion
– The management and retention of key staff
– Funding differences: EIS, SEIS and VC funding
– The benefits of R&D
– Tackling GDPR and the data you hold for your customers
– Protecting your IP
– Ensuring the balance between growth and compliance function is right.

…to name more than a few!

Our panel has successfully helped hundreds of clients expand both in the UK and globally, and enjoy the financial rewards and other benefits of doing so. Working with the right advisors is crucial to prevent a potential tax and legal disconnect once your tech business becomes global, plus to support you when it comes to assisting with fund raising opportunities, tax breaks, employment law, transfer pricing, local contract law and withholding tax issues as you expand your business and your brand. With questions from the audience, our panel will highlight the key factors your need to consider on your growth journey.

The event will be held at The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL.

Date & Timing
The Workshop will take place on 18 July at 11am.

Registration for the workshop is free and can be made here.

You’ll also need a ticket for unbound to gain entry. For further details and to book a ticket for unbound London: