Financial Style – 1st Apr 2016

This week we’re focused on Business and Law.  We hear from award-winning Solicitor and Diversity Champion, Funke Abimbola of Aspiring Solicitors, to learn about the support available for those who wish for a career in Law.  Plus on the topic of supporting the next generation, we also speak to award-winning Entrepreneur and Community Champion, Joel Blake about his part in the ground breaking Dear Younger project spearheaded by First Class Legacy ahead of their conference.

Business Insight is focused on the understanding the correct legal structure for your new business, and Money Matters reveals what you can do to protect yourself from the Crash for Cash scam which has reported become a huge issue in Birmingham.

In Life & Style, we’re asking the question about whether conflicts of interest in the workplace really are problematic, and whether the organisation should suffer for the act of a few, as a school faces being broken up because if its Head Teacher.  We also explore the latest business and financial news in What’s Hot and What’s Not.

With such great topics to discuss, we didn’t quite get to you are events list, so please feel free to follow the links to learn more.

Timing/s:
What’s Hot & Not: 02min 29secs
Business Insight – What’s the Best Legal Structure for your Business: 24min 10secs
Life & Style – Conflicts of Interest in Business – Who should pay?-Debate: 34min 01secs
Interview – Funke Abimbola – Aspiring Solicitors: 41min 04secs
Interview – Joel Blake – Dear Youngers Called Conference: 59min 19secs
Money Matters – Crash for Cash: 1h 11min 36secs

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