InfoTrack free London CPD event: Driving profitability through change

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27 October 2016


InfoTrack 200On Tuesday 15 November, InfoTrack are hosting a free CPD event in their new London office where a number of industry thought leaders will discuss ‘Driving Profitability through change’.

The event will be comprised of a series of short presentations designed to provide insight, empowering conveyancers and their firms. Each 15 minute presentation will be delivered by representatives from a variety of organisations within the conveyancing profession, including, Rob Hailstone – Bold Legal Group, Martin Wyatt and Michael Porter – Legal Mentors, Rich Dibbins – Conscious Solutions, Clair Payne and Sarah Keegan – the CS Partnership and Adam Bullion – InfoTrack.

Date: Tuesday, 15 November, 2016

Where: Level 11, 91 Waterloo Rd, SE1 8RT

Cost: FREE

Registration: 4pm

Presentations: 4.30pm – 5.45pm

Networking drinks and canapés – 5.45pm onwards

Adam Bullion, general manager of marketing comments “InfoTrack are excited to host ‘Driving Profitability through change’. We believe it is important to provide enjoyable, educational sessions for conveyancers whereby they have the opportunity to partake in an informative session and be able to network with peers, in a relaxed environment. The line-up of speakers brings a variety of excellent content to the table, and we think conveyancers will find this event very beneficial. We look forward to welcoming everyone to our office and to the event itself.”

There are limited places available, so to register for this event, please visit www.infotrack.co.uk/november-cpd-event/ or call 0207 186 8090.

 



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