Webinar Alert – Come Crunch The Numbers With Us!

Matthew 19th February 2021 0 Comments

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Crunch the numbers with us!

Save the date – 9th March 2021 @ 10am


It’s been a long time coming but the March 2021 budget is fast approaching – now it’s time to ask “What does this mean for MY BUSINESS?”.

Join us on March 9th, for our ‘Crunch the Numbers’ webinar. We‘ll talk you through everything that Rishi Sunak announces, the changes it brings and what it means for you and your business. We’ll also get to the nitty-gritty of how to invest in growth through effective marketing spend this year.

With Strategic Partner, Ben Matthews of Elsby & Co, leading Business and Taxation Advisor, we’ll walk you through the changes, updates and new additions and help you to crunch the numbers and make a better 2021 for your business, no matter which industry and size.

We’ll help you:

  • Make sense of the budget in plain English
  • Find out if you need to do anything before the end of the tax year
  • Make sense of pre-year-end tax planning
  • Ask an expert for advice
  • Understand how you can efficiently market your business on a budget
  • How to plan a marketing budget
  • Understand Marketing ROI

Hosted by Steve Rees of Square Media, in partnership with Ben Matthews of Elsby & Co, let our experts help you to get the most out of the March 3rd 2021 Budget!

Click here to Register for the Webinar

About the speakers


Steve Rees – Square Media

“I am an experienced marketing consultant and have worked with a wide range of companies from Start-Ups to PLC’s. I have more than twenty-five years of experience in business. I am looking forward to speaking about marketing planning and budgeting.”


Ben Matthews – Elsby & Co

“I have been an Accounting Partner at Elsby and Co for more than 16 years. I enjoy working with local start-up companies and existing businesses alike. I am currently focused on the Chancellor’s upcoming budget and I am looking forward to crunching the numbers and sharing my views”