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Employee Share Schemes for SMEs Conference 2017,

14 September 2017, Travers Smith, 10 Snow Hill London, EC1A 2AL

On Thursday 14 September, Stephen Woodhouse will be discussing “Share Schemes and Succession Planning” at the Employee Share Schemes for SMEs Conference 2017.

The conference, jointly organised by the Esop Centre and the Institute of Directors, is designed for owners, company directors, finance managers and HR managers who are considering implementing an employee share scheme in their business, or who want to develop existing employee share ownership.

This full day conference will help you to decide whether to introduce an employee share scheme or deepen existing employee share ownership within your company.

Please refer to the Esop Centre's website for more information about the event and to book your tickets now.

Pett, Franklin & Co. LLP are experts in employee share schemesshare valuations and executive incentives. To find out how we can help you or your client, please call Stephen Woodhouse on 0121 348 7878 or email Stephen at stephen.woodhouse@pettfranklin.com.

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