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the eazipay ‘how to get paid’ event

A FREE two hour workshop designed to give you all the tools and tips you need to protect your business from the scourge of late payments!


Wednesday, April 18th 2012
12.00noon – 2.00pm. The Maltings, Ely.


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At any one time small businesses are owed around 33.6 billion pounds. No that isn’t a typo, its 33.6 billion pounds!

Being paid late is the worst thing that can happen to a business. The financial and emotional consequences of being paid late (or not at all) are intolerable with perfectly viable companies having to consider cut backs, redundancies or ultimately bankruptcy.

But there are measures you can take to ensure that you are paid what you are owed, on time.

We have put together a team of highly experienced business experts who will pass on their tips, advice, strategies and recommendations that will give you the practical tools you need to make sure you are paid for the goods and services you provide.

If you only attend one business event this year – MAKE IT THIS ONE!

We guarantee that you will leave equipped with the tools you need to protect your business from the scourge of late payments. Tools you can apply to your business that same day.

To book your FREE place at this event, R.S.V.P to damion@realpublicrelations.com or telephone 07789 911314.

Click here to download the ‘How To Get Paid’ event flyer.

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