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Client Support Webinars - A range of advice and guidance

Client Support
Stuart Proudfoot
21/04/2020
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Following our successful client support webinar on 30 March, we have now launched our next wave of webinars as we continue our programme with a series of single-topic discussions designed to provide support to our clients and contacts across some of the most common challenges at this time.

Each webinar will last around 40 minutes, and along with hearing the latest updates there will also be a Q&A session to finish for the opportunity to ask questions.

Additionally, there are also two guest speaker topics which aim to provide wider value – Wellbeing and Virtual Impact – and all of these can now be found on our dedicated webinar homepage allowing you to view and register for all upcoming webinars whilst also gaining access to previous ones.

To register, simply click here  to visit our webinar homepage, or take a look from the list of webinars below, select your chosen session and click the link below each to go directly to the registration form. It couldn’t be simpler!


Thursday 23 April, 11.00am

“Payroll: Hot Topics”
Hannah Dumenil
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Tuesday 28 April, 11.00am

“Access to Finance: government support and how to access it”
Dan Garside & Darren Clarke
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Friday 1 May, 12.00pm

“Wellbeing: Staying mindful in a world of remote working”
Tania Diggory, Founder & Director of Calmer
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Tuesday 5 May, 11.00am

“Virtual Impact: How to increase your influence in video meetings”
Dominic Colenso, Former Hollywood actor & specialist in communications & leadership
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