Paul to speak with potential NZ to UK startups

||Paul to speak with potential NZ to UK startups

Paul to speak with potential NZ to UK startups

Earlier in February we published how Paul would return to New Zealand to help more kiwi companies setup in the UK and also present at an event.

Culminating in a kind offer from another speaker, David Alizade of NZ based law firm Jackson Russell, there will be two events in Auckland next week. 

Full registration details can be found here for the two events:

12 April AM: B Hive Takapauna Landing

13 April AM: Jackson Russell Lawyers, Auckland CBD

Aimed at innovative company’s wanting to setup in the UK, the events are run in conjunction with the UK Department for International Trade‘s both events will cover the top tips you’ll need to get your business ready to hit the ground running.

David and Paul will speak on their experiences and expertise in helping Kiwi companies enter the UK market and provide key insights on key topics such as:

  • legal entities
  • opening a business bank account
  • setting up a payroll or pension scheme
  • complying with privacy and employment legislation
  • commercial contracts and fundraising.

If you are unable to attend, but wish to find out further information on the UK, please get in touch.

Department for International Trade (DIT) helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy and supports overseas companies to bring their high quality investment to the UK’s dynamic economy. Department for International Trade

DIT offers expertise and contacts through its extensive network of specialists in the UK, and in British embassies and other diplomatic offices around the world. We provide companies with the tools they require to be competitive on the world stage and offer professional, authoritative and personalised assistance to help companies in New Zealand locate and expand in the UK.

In New Zealand, we help British companies from our offices at the British High Commission in Wellington and the British Consulate General in Auckland.

2018-04-01T07:47:57+00:00April 1 st, 2018|UK Legal|