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4 September 2014
Paul Farrington, senior client manager at Preston based business growth accountants, haleys, recently took part in a round open table discussion.
The event was held at Runshaw Business Centre and organised by Lancashire Evening Post to be included in the Lancashire Means Business magazine. The agenda was discussing the value of apprenticeships and why university isn't the only option for youngsters leaving school and college.
To read the full article click here and turn to pages 9 and 10.
Picture courtesy of the Lancashire Evening Post (www.lep.co.uk)
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