June 14, 2012 Chesterfield Post
People looking to start their own business – or extend an existing venture into a new area – are being urged to find out more about becoming a market trader in North East Derbyshire.
A series of information events are being held in June, giving would-be traders all the practical information and advice they need to get started.
From how to pay tax to buying stock in bulk, representatives from a range of organisations will be on hand to answer people’s questions at the sessions, which are being held on the following dates:
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