Mini Business Clinic 2020
Speakers for this Virtual action-packed session
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With a wide selection of topics from this evening’s Guest Speakers, you can be sure of an informed, inspired and fun evening to help you and your business through these difficult times.
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Jonathan KearleyWeb Centric Marketing
An Award Winning Marketing professional with 30 years experience in the wide-ranging B2B and B2C arena. Full knowledge of integrated digital campaigns and has the ability to deliver online activities, define a strategy and make them work for you.
Web Centric Marketing - making your valuable content work for you several times over and make your website the centre of everything
Annabel KayeTOP LEGAL TIPS for Boosting Your Business with Freelance Support
Specialist HR & Employment law consultancy
Annabel Kaye founded Irenicon (a specialist HR and employment law consultancy) in 1980, and KoffeeKlatch in 2009, specifically to support organisations which outsource to freelancers. She has helped thousands of business people work out how to contract and manage the people they pay in a way that is appropriate for their business.
She is a professional speaker and she is well known for combining common sense and humour when tackling compliance and legal subjects.
TOP LEGAL TIPS for Boosting Your Business with Freelance Support
Running a business can be stressful. You want to comply with the law, but the constant changes can make you feel completely overwhelmed. And if you are a growing business and rapidly deploying a virtual or home working team, you will need to plan your compliance and resilience issues as you scale.
In my talk I will be giving you some top tips to help you grow your business, support your people and still comply with your contractual obligations.
LB Bromley MayorCllr Hannah Gray
Councillor Hannah Gray of West Wickham ward was elected Mayor of Bromley for 2020-21, at the annual meeting of the council on 13 May 2020. Cllr. Hannah Gray was elected in 2014 to represent West Wickham Ward. She has lived in the borough since 2007, previously living in Dulwich.
Hannah grew up in East Sussex attending Buxted Primary School and then Uckfield Comprehensive School. From an early age Hannah developed an interest in music and dance. Alongside her general education she began her musical training, as a thoroughly untalented (6 year old) piano student. However, she later discovered that all was not lost and that she did in fact have a reasonable singing voice. She continued her musical studies by attending the East Sussex Preparatory Course in Lewes, and she was subsequently awarded a place at the Trinity College of Music, London, which led to her becoming a professional Opera Singer. Although Hannah no longer sings for a living, you may be interested to know she did spend 8 years on a somewhat different stage as a specialist guest presenter on the TV shopping channel ‘QVC’.
Hannah lives with her partner Cllr Colin Hitchins, and her two boys, Oliver and Charles. Both boys attended Hayes Secondary School in the Bromley borough. Hannah’s mother, Jean, is also a Bromley resident and completes the family group.
Hannah feels passionately about giving something back and is extremely proud of her whole family, who regularly volunteer in the community. As a councillor Hannah has been a member of the Children, Education and Families Committee, Public Protection and Safety Committee, on the Fostering Panel and more recently has been the Small Business Champion for Bromley working along side Cllr Morgan as his Executive Assistant.
Hannah was honoured to be appointed as Deputy Mayor in 2016/17 by Mayor Ian F Payne. During her incredible year she met many amazing volunteers, community organisations, businesses and youth groups in Bromley. Subsequently, Hannah decided to put herself forward for Mayor.
If Hannah can find time for hobbies it is good food, good wine and good company.
Jane RogersHow to make your marketing content work under the ‘new normal’.
Jane Rogers is a content writer with 20+ years content writing, PR and marketing experience. She helps you find the right words to get your business noticed, from helping you plan and create your messages to suit your ideal customer, through to coming up with content ideas.
Once you’ve planned your ideas, Jane will write the content for your blogs, brochures, web content, white papers, annual reports, press releases and more.
If you struggle to write effectively about your business, are not sure where to start or simply don’t have the time, contact Jane.
How to make your marketing content work under the ‘new normal’.
Jane will give you her top tips on how to get your business noticed in the new, predominantly online, world we currently find ourselves in.
Katrina YoungUtilise TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION & Digital - What is next?
"The thing I love most about learning from Katrina is the little gems of information & useful tips she adds. There’s always so much more value than you were expecting and these little facts are always super helpful at seeing how you will implement in the real world. Her learning content is always layered so well, building the foundations you need first and taking you back to what’s most important, which is so important when you’re a shiny object magpie like me! It can be hard to remember what’s important when you’re learning all the things in business and Katrina is amazing at taking it back to basics and staying on-track with your priority goals.
I would always recommend Katrina both as a learning provider and a hugely knowledgeable business woman, she’s an asset as well as a lovely person” J Ishbel
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Check out how their topic can help you and your business. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions – if you have your questions already, just email them through to the BBA Team HERE with Mini Business Clinic Question in the Subject. Let us know if you would like to remain anonymous or have your name provided during the broadcast.
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