Brief Conversations with Napthens is a series of conversations between an expert at Napthens and their clients, contacts or friends!
Join us to listen in as we discuss anything from running a multimillion-pound business, launching a new brewery, the residential property market, mergers and acquisitions, or making sure your family is looked after. You won’t find too much legalese, this podcast is about real people, real advice.
Episode 1: Malcolm Ireland discusses the leisure and hospitality industry with Robinson’s Brewery marketing director, David Bremner
Episode 2: Head of Cumbria, Jamie Allison discussed the challenges and opportunities facing Cumbrian business in a conversation with Gill Haigh, MD at Cumbria Tourism, and John Houghton of A Lamb Associates.
Episode 3: ATG Health and Safety Consultant, Chris Walker discusses whether health and safety has gone mad with Litigation Partner Terry Griffin. The pair look at some of the big sanctions handed down by the Health and Safety Executive and discuss what happens when companies fall foul of H&S rules.
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