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Norfolk and Suffolk breakfast forums from Larking Gowen to return in 2018

PUBLISHED: 16:42 14 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:42 14 December 2017

Larking Gowen staff and others marking the launch of the accountancy firm's rebrand in November, as the company announces its breakfast forums will return in 2018. From left: Phil Moy, partner overseeing rebrand; Chris Greeves, chairman; Sharyn Scott, project manager and business development manager; Peter Jenkins, creative director at design agency Trebuchet; Henry Creagh, copywriter at Creagh Associates; Julie Grimmer, partner overseeing rebrand; Emma Dinmore, account director at Trebuchet; and Jon Woolston, managing partner. Picture: Larking Gowen

Larking Gowen staff and others marking the launch of the accountancy firm's rebrand in November, as the company announces its breakfast forums will return in 2018. From left: Phil Moy, partner overseeing rebrand; Chris Greeves, chairman; Sharyn Scott, project manager and business development manager; Peter Jenkins, creative director at design agency Trebuchet; Henry Creagh, copywriter at Creagh Associates; Julie Grimmer, partner overseeing rebrand; Emma Dinmore, account director at Trebuchet; and Jon Woolston, managing partner. Picture: Larking Gowen

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A regional business advice and accountancy firm has confirmed its popular business breakfasts will be returning for 2018.

Larking Gowen’s trio of 2018 breakfasts will kick off in the spring, with the topics for the sessions to be announced in the new year.

The Norfolk events will take place at Barnham Broom Hotel outside Norwich on Tuesday, March 13; Tuesday, June 5; and Tuesday, October 2.

The Suffolk sessions will be held at Trinity Park in Ipswich on Thursday, March 8; Tuesday, June 12; and Tuesday, October 9.

Invitations and bookings for these events will be open nearer the time.

Its 2017 series of informal breakfast forums, linked by the theme of making your business fun, fulfilling and financially rewarding, proved popular, with sessions on rediscovering your passion for business, how to invest in yourself, and how to make your business more valuable.

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