Should I be a sole trader or a limited company? Can I charge for DNA’S or late cancellations? How long do I need to keep records? How do I get more clients? What insurance do I need? How much should I charge? These are just some of the questions often asked by therapists in relation to starting or running a therapy business.
At the Private Practice Hub, we welcome questions from therapists about all aspects of business and we are excited to have been invited to take part at COPA 2019 two-day conference on 8th – 9th May 2019 where Geoff Simons, founder of Private Practice Hub and business consultant, will be presenting on “Ask the expert: The Business of Therapy”.
The experts below will also be joining us – all either working within clinics or alongside them as specialist suppliers, on a panel discussion to respond to some of these questions: Chris Lambert-Gorwyn, Business Growth Experts for Health, Passion to Profit for Practitioners and Chris Munro, Director, Clinic Answer.
Our Q&A session will cover questions we’re always asked at Private Practice Hub and we’re going to open the floor up to you too, so please come and join us on 8th May and bring any questions you have along to our session “The business of therapy – ask the expert”.
Private Practice Hub is the UK’s leading business advice website for therapy practitioners, membership is absolutely free, giving you access to a variety of exclusive resources and special offers. Often therapists enter the world of private therapy with no previous experience or knowledge of business management. Whether you’re a new business trying to get yourself noticed or want to grow your existing business Private Practice Hub provides valuable business advice to help set-up and run a successful therapy business and take your business to the next level.
COPA 2019 is a great opportunity to network and meet other practitioners, listen to great speakers, explore the latest technology and learn about key industry developments. Please come and join us at our “The business of therapy – ask the expert”. session on 8th May at 9.55 – 10.35am.