The Wishing Tree launches its first public “Ask The Experts” business support clinic

The Wishing Tree, Scotland’s First Peer to Peer Business support network is launching its inaugural public business support clinic, “Ask The Experts” in Aberdeen.

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The event is playing host to some of the North East of Scotland’s leading experts in HR, Software and Web Development, Entrepreneurship, Accountancy, Finance and Sales and Marketing.

Taking place between 2:30pm and 6:30pm on the 31st of March at Aberdeen Sport Village’s seminar room, startups and charities will be able to access free support from a broad range of experienced professionals who can help them over come their challenges in confidence.

The delegates and experts that have already commited to supporting and attending the event are from some of the North East’s most dynamic and innovative firms and are one by one embracing The Wishing Tree’s market disrupting business support model based on Gift Economics. The event is the first time in Scotland that a public business clinic with a range of experts in one place at the same time has been available.

Local Business owner and 2014 Aberdeen Business News 40 under 40 winner, Barry Booth commented, “The Wishing Tree as a fairly new organisation is already making a difference to start-up businesses in Aberdeen. I look forward to witnessing and being part of the good this project and the the good it will do long-term which is inevitable.”

The event also combines a flexible open networking format which allows delegates to attend anytime throughout the duration of the event at a time that suits them or in between appointments. Slots are filling up fast and those want to attend and also speak to the experts are advised to book as soon as possible. Tickets are available from £7.50 per delegate.

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