Bevan Brittan is supporting a new conference aimed at entrepreneurs across the South West and beyond.

Taking place on 1 July 2021, the first EntreConf event will give entrepreneurs and advisers practical insights into new ways of doing business and offer an invaluable networking opportunity.

Members of Bevan Brittan’s Corporate Team will speak at a panel session titled ‘Legal Considerations for Start-ups’. Marti Burgess, Ben Harris and Rachel Newman will offer practical advice on key legal issues including business establishment and registration, governance, funding, employment/workforce and intellectual property.

Bevan Brittan joins a host of impressive keynote speakers at the event, including

  • Ann Hiatt – previously Executive Business Partner to Jeff Bezos and Chief-of Staff at Google
  • Chris Anderson – founder of TED Conference
  • Dr Dale Vince OBE – founder of Ecotricity

Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet us and ask any questions as part of our hosted roundtable Q&A session. If you would like to submit questions for us to answer during our session, please email us.  

Read more about Bevan Brittan’s growing Corporate and Commercial practices and the range of legal and advisory services we can provide across a wide range of sectors.


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