Title: De-Risk Your Future Recruitment
One of the biggest risks to a growing business is hiring people that don’t work out.   
In this session Peopley will help SME business owners breakdown business hiring challenges and find the cost-effective, successful hiring habits that positively impact business growth.  With practical tools and techniques to take away to help de-risk future hires and avoid the pain associated with recruitment.   

About the Speaker: Peopley was founded to make hiring easier for founder-led technology businesses. This session will be run by Peopley Co-Founder Debby Clement, who is best known for building the recruiting tools for the world’s biggest executive search franchise (founded by UK dragon James Caan) and has trained more than 1,000 recruiters world-wide.Peopley has recently been shortlisted for two FIRM Awards (Forum for Inhouse Recruitment Management) – Best Candidate Experience & Best Supplier Partnership against stiff competition from some of the UK’s biggest employers.  https://www.peopley.co.uk/resources

Title: The Word Doctor’s guide to the science of better business writing
We live in a world of information overload. What does this mean for the written material your customers see? This session takes a lively look at how to improve online content; emails, letters and flyers; and longer documents, such as reports and tenders.
The session will cover:

  • What research tells us about how people read
  • How to ensure you engage your target customers
  • How to write more effectively
  • Tips on structure, format and presentation
  • Common business writing challenges and how to overcome them

About the Speaker: David Mascord has 30 years’ experience in professional writing and training and development.  He has written material including web and intranet copy, articles and case studies, press releases, marketing support materials and blog posts for a variety of clients and agencies. https://absolutewriting.co.uk/about/

Cost: Free for members, guests and non-members and includes tea/coffee and biscuits
Parking: NCP Car Park, Marlands Car Park and West Park Car Park

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