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Help for new Podiatry Practices

Discussion in 'Practice Management' started by Catfoot, Aug 29, 2017.

  1. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member


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    I've seen a couple of threads posted from practitioners asking for advice about running a Private Practice.

    There are a lot of people out there running courses that claim to enhance your earnings but most are a thin guise for selling you something else, so beware. Some push concepts such as "the only limit to earning is your own imagination" and use soundbites taken from USA motivational speakers.

    I would suggest that you could do a lot worse than join the Federation of Small Businesses;


    https://www.fsb.org.uk/join-fsb/what-we-offer

    OK, it's not specifically geared up for Chiropody/Podiatry but you get quite a few perks with membership, including Free Business Banking, and networking with other business people, so it's worth checking out.

    HTH
     
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