Companies House attends a variety of events throughout the UK to support and advise businesses. Check our Events Calendar to see if there is an event near you and book your place using our online booking form.
To help keep companies on the right side of the law we arrange several regional Networking & Information Seminars throughout the year.
The aim of the seminar is to help you:
The seminar lasts for approximately three hours during which you will have the opportunity to network with each other, seek advice and guidance and view our online services. You can choose a morning or afternoon session - so don’t miss out.
If you have just been appointed to a Company for the first time and want to know more about your responsibilities to Companies House then this is the seminar for you. The seminar is free of charge.
The aim of the seminar is to:
You will also get the opportunity to:
Companies House are hosting an accountancy seminar to demonstrate how easy it is to file accounts on-line. This will be your opportunity to gain an understanding of the benefits of filing electronically and on time in order to avoid receiving a penalty.
Members of Companies House Events team will be available to answer your questions and to explain future developments.
Demand for these seminars is usually high so book early to avoid disappointment.
Events and Speaking Representatives
As well as holding a variety of FREE seminars across the UK, the Companies House Events team also attend numerous business exhibitions and are available to speak at events to raise awareness and offer advice and guidance about Companies House and its products and services.
Our presentations can range from 30 minutes up to 3 hours and cover a wide range of topics, including:
If you would like a representative from Companies House to attend an event that you are holding to give a presentation and provide information in relation to Companies House, free of charge, please contact email@example.com.
We attend and support a variety of exhibitions throughout the year. Attending exhibitions allows us to: