Boost your business and pension by investing in property

May 14, 2019

Westerby Group are looking forward to presenting at the Midlands Business Network Expo on Friday 17th May at Leicester’s King Power Stadium.  They will provide details of how to grow your business and pension by purchasing a commercial property for your business to trade from.

Local businesses throughout the East Midlands can find out why thousands of business owners have already taken advantage of this opportunity, at a seminar to be held from 10-15-10.45 am, hosted by Senior Financial Consultant David Santaney of Westerby Investment Management and Business Development Director Ian Jarvis of Westerby Trustee Services.

David said: “We will explain how your business can immediately benefit from purchasing a commercial property to trade from, and at the same time build a pension fund that will provide you with significant benefits on eventual retirement.”

Ian and David will also be available to answer questions and provide information at their exhibition stand. Free tickets are available for the event that provides excellent networking opportunities and a full programme of seminars with speakers.

To pre-book your place on the Westerby Group seminar visit the Midlands Business Network website here.

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