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Peter Millican Law helps Start-Ups Get Started!

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Peter Millican Law helps Start-Ups Get Started!

Peter Millican Law has helped almost 1000 businesses get off the ground, by giving entrepreneurs insight into the legal requirements of running a business as part of PNE Enterprise’s eight week course for start-up companies.

Peter Millican of Peter Millican Law has been delivering the workshops for approximately 8 years, helping the people behind our region’s start-up businesses.  He advises on company structures, basic documentation including client and employment contracts, company handbooks and procedures, leasing of commercial properties, tax planning, protecting partners within a business and more.

Melissa Middleton, Programme Manager for PNE Enterprise, commented:

“Peter has helped so many North East businesses get started, from the smallest such as sandwich shops and takeaways to much bigger businesses including hotels, and manufacturers.  His presentations are engaging and entertaining, and we’re confident every person leaves much better informed.”

Some of the North East businesses that have benefitted from Peter’s help during their start-up phase have included Weekend Box which provides fortnightly weekend activities for children and parents, and Manhau Cha Bubble Tea which has expanded from a ‘mobile pop-up stall’ into an online delivery business.

Peter commented:
“It’s important that anyone setting up a business has an understanding of the legal requirements for running that business.  Sharing this information gives these entrepreneurs the best start.  They can give their new business the most appropriate structure and ensure the owners are protected, that contracts are legal, and, if they’re employing, that they understand their responsibilities as an employer.  At the start, when you’re unlikely to have a budget for professional advice, it’s important to be able to attend courses like the ones provided by PNE, and through these have access to appropriate and vitally important advice.”

The published article can be found on the NECONNECTED Site.

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