‘All the right moves’ free CPD event and networking drinks in Cardiff

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2 March 2017

InfoTrack Cardiff eventOn Thursday 16th March, InfoTrack and the Confederation of South Wales Law Societies are hosting a free CPD event and networking drinks at the Hilton Cardiff, Kingsway.

A number of industry thought leaders will be presenting at this event, including Professor Brian Morgan who will be speaking on factors affecting the property market and the implications for the Welsh economy.

In addition to Professor Morgan, there will be a series of presentations designed to provide insight to those in the property market and empowering conveyancers and their firms, each will be delivered by an expert from within the industry, including Neil Butt – Welsh Government, Michael Porter – Legal Mentors, Adam Bullion – InfoTrack, and the inclusion of a panel discussion featuring Ross Hooper-Nash from Jeffrey Ross Estate Agents.

“All the Right Moves”

Date: Thursday, 16th March

Where: Cardiff Hilton, Kingsway

Cost: FREE

Registration: 2.45pm

Presentations: 2.55pm – 5.00pm

Networking drinks – 5.00pm onwards

Register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/all-the-right-moves-a-property-seminar-drinks-tickets-31751294978

Limited seats are available so register today.

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