SearchFlow launches seminars to support marketing, service and compliance

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1 May 2015


Searchflow200xLeading conveyancing search provider, SearchFlow is launching a new seminar programme. It addresses how firms can market themselves to a changing consumer audience, highlights appropriate searches for specific transactions, and provides an update on compliance.

Evidence has shown that the market is cooling this year and so it is vital for firms to market themselves effectively to win and retain business. To stay ahead of their competitors, firms must also provide excellent service and offer the most relevant searches, all the while ensuring they are as compliant and risk free as possible.

Experts from SearchFlow, Landmark Information Group and Legal Eye will discuss these essential topics in a three-hour seminar which will run in a number of cities across the UK. For those unable to attend, the seminars will also be available as one-hour webinars later in the year.

“In a highly competitive marketplace, winning new business and retaining customers whilst remaining compliant is imperative.” comments SearchFlow’s Head of Marketing, Adam Bullion. “We’ve created this programme because today’s conveyancers need to understand how consumer behavior continues to change so they can target prospects whilst maximising their investment.”

 

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ManchesterWednesday 6th May9am – 12:30pm
LeedsThursday 7th May9am – 12:30pm
BirminghamWednesday 13th May9am – 12:30pm
BristolTuesday 19th May9am – 12:30pm
LondonThursday 21st May1:15pm – 4:30pm

 

To register for the free event, visit: http://www.searchflowuk.co.uk/event-listings/



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