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You posted what? Online reputation legal issues

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TECH-TAX: WITH DGIT

Yair Cohen speaker at Google Campus

Yair Cohen Google Campus

So you’ve founded a start-up, now what?!  You’ve had your big idea, you’ve researched your market, and you’ve taken the leap into the unknown… then what? Then, in amongst the long hours, the pursuit of the dream, the networking, the free beers and the pizza – suddenly there’s a tax return, a legal battle, a key team member gone…

Tax, talent and navigating online law will all feature in this event full of advice. Hear from the specialists that can help stop your mole hills becoming mountains!

Even information: http://london.techhub.com/events/techtax-with-dgit/


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