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Elman Wall Business Masterclass

02 May 2018 1:15pm - 5pm

This masterclass is designed for owners and MDs of travel businesses, whether you are an experienced business owner or a younger business. Topics are designed to be both informative and inspirational, with the overall aim of building both the value of your business and your personal wealth.


Date: Wednesday 2 May, 2018

Time: 1:15pm - 5pm, with networking drinks available afterwards

Venue: Elman Wall Group Offices, Becket House, 8th Floor, 36 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DD


Topic 1: Are you doing these 10 things in your business? The importance of strategic planning

How much time are you spending working in your business as opposed to on your business? Do you have a strategic plan? Jonathan Wall, MD Elman Wall Travel Accountants, leads a challenging, interactive session on the importance of strategic planning for you and your travel business, with valuable insights into why some travel businesses thrive and others don't.

Topic 2: The latest opportunities for saving tax

Russell Eisen, Elman Wall's Tax Director, is an expert of Research and Development relief opportunities for travel companies. This is just one of a number of current opportunities for travel businesses to save tax. This session considers key planning points which can have a significant impact on your bottom line. An invaluable opportunity to get up to speed and ask any questions face-to-face with an expert in this field who is passionate about saving you and your business tax.

Topic 3: How to build value in your travel business

How much is your business worth? Do you understand how traditional accounting valuations work? At the end of the day, is selling a business more about marketing and less about accounting anyway? What are buyers really looking for? Ian Palmer, Elman Wall Audit Director, and Deborah Potts, Director of Summit Advisory (part of Elman Wall Group) will discuss and debate these questions. They will explain and highlight the critical importance of getting both the numbers and the key value drivers right when it comes to exit planning and maximising the value of your business.

Topic 4: TOMS - when does it apply and what's its effect?

TOMS has always been a hot topic for the travel sector, with complexities and ever-moving goalposts. Over the past few years alone, there have been many developments, including the Med Hotels and Kingdom of Spain decisions, the start of an EU-wide study into the future of TOMS, and of course the upcoming uncertainty of Brexit. Understanding the rules and optimising the TOMS position can give large benefits to businesses. Laura Quirke will outline these rules and developments, and suggest how you might benefit.

Open Surgery: Q&A - Ask the panel or your peers

Your opportunity to ask the experts or your colleagues any question you'd like on travel industry business or accounting issues. Questions can be submitted in advance to preserve your anonymity if you wish!


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There is a nominal charge of £49 + VAT for members and £99 + VAT for non-members. There are only 16 places available for this exclusive event, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Please note, There is only one booking per member company is allowed due to restricted capacity. To secure your space, CLICK HERE to book now!


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