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DBS members get range of new services

DBS Management is launching a menu of new services for its members. The Advanced Practice Management Service package allows firms to choose up to seven services available through external companies from £600 a year. Practices can build a bespoke package choosing from a menu of18 pre-tested services. The options range from basic support to more advanced services. A typical package could include a business planning workshop, a mailing list, an employment contract template, a yellow pages advert and client brochures.

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