Hackney Council is holding an event for the borough’s European citizens, people who work with them and local businesses concerned about Brexit. It will feature advice stalls and sessions about Brexit-related issues and applying for Settled Status. You can pre-book a 15 minute slot for 121 business advice or you can come along and wait on the day for available adviser.
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Migrant Help has funding from the Home Office for the provision of advice and guidance to vulnerable EU groups and individuals to support them to apply for pre or settled status in the UK. As well as individual sessions they can do group information sessions for staff or client groups. If you think this would benefit the people who work for you, please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org and read further information here.
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It’s time for the final Shoreditch Business Forum for the year and we’ve got a fantastic agenda. We’ll have the winners of the Shoreditch & Hoxton Arts Fund presenting their projects, the Shoreditch Park consultation and a treat from Bravand who will be giving us a beginner’s guide to ‘user experience’ and how to apply it to your business.