Following the success of our events in Leeds, Manchester and Cambridge in association with the Quoted Company Alliance (QCA), we are returning to Leeds, home to one of our key offices, to host another complimentary afternoon workshop.
This time, we are delighted to be working with the Investor Relations Society (IRS) on a best practice corporate communications event for AIM quoted and small to medium listed companies. The workshop will take place at 3pm on Thursday 16 November 2017.
The corporate reporting workshop will equip attendees with the information needed to communicate value creation, future strategy, performance highlights, risk management and governance at a best practice level, helping to ensure that both current and potential shareholders fully understand the strengths, aims and ambitions of their business. This year, in addition to our new guest speakers, there is also a focus on increasingly important digital communication and how this can enhance reporting if delivered effectively.
Official invitations will be sent out in the next few weeks with further details of the agenda, speakers and location. Places are limited but if you would like to book yours, please email email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
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