Tenet targets adviser growth with self-employed support solution

‘Business in a box’

Victoria McKeever
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Adviser support business Tenet is aiming to attract from outside the group employed advisers looking to start their own business, through the launch of its 'Business in a box' solution.

Advisers who sign up to the ‘Business in a box' will join Tenet as a network member, with standard network fees applied, which are based on turnover. This is part of Tenet's restricted proposition, which it announced in January. The solution intends to provide advisers with the necessary tools for becoming self-employed. This includes a business development plan, which includes support with advertising, social media and client seminars, as well as access to funding, IT equipment and a fully supported advice proposition. Tenet group operations director Helen Ball said: "Our aim is t...

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