Drop-in session in Peterborough will show value of outsourcing to business growth

Peterborough business owners are invited to a free drop-in session to explore the benefits of outsourcing key office services.

Thursday, 2nd March 2017, 3:12 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:01 am
Debi Noone and Lucy

Organisers say outsourcing essential functions can help to grow a business.

The session takes place at the Eco Innovation Centre, in City Road, Peterborough, tomorrow (Friday) from 11am to 2pm.

It will examine how outsourcing tasks such as administration, health and safety, book-keeping, policy writing and HR can make time for a company to reinvest in the business and make it grow.

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During the drop-in session, Debi Noone, of Outsourced Virtual Office, and Lucy Walsh, of Crystal Clear Compliance, will be on hand to answer any questions put to them.

Debi said: “Most owners of micro and small to medium businesses are doing everything on their own because they think that is just what happens when you run your own business.

“The purpose of this session is to let them know that it doesn’t have to be that way.

“We have a team of specialists who are experts across a wide range of business disciplines and would be more than happy to pick up your book-keeping, administration, training, HR, health and safety and much more and provide a superior service.

“During this session, we can answer any questions and put to bed any reservations business owners may have about outsourcing, pointing them in the right direction to get that support.”

Lucy said: “As well as giving businesses the knowledge and the power to operate as time efficiently as they can, we can also help companies to create a safe working environment and ensure they are complying with current legislation through the outsourcing of health and safety duties, audits and policy writing.

“Often these can be viewed as a headache or there is a fear attached to this side of business as owners don’t want to leave themselves open to legal action or workplace accidents by not fully understanding what they need to do and how they should do it.”

For more information call Debi on 01536 428528 or Lucy on 07748 860076 or email [email protected] or [email protected]