M&C Saatchi Saturday School with British Beauty Council Chairman Jane Boardman

by | May 27, 2020

On Saturday 30 May, M&C Saatchi Saturday School will be holding Episode 1 of their ‘Getting Back to Business’ web conference sessions, to support small businesses get back in action.

Director of M&C Saatchi School, Akil Benjamin will be speaking to our Chairman Jane Boardman, who in addition to founding the British Beauty Council, is CEO of M&C Saatchi Talk, and a communications strategist and PR entrepreneur, with expertise in brands and global brand building.

Jane will be joined by Karen Thorpe-Reid, owner and Managing Director of Premier Change Consulting, a small boutique business, specialising in digital transformation and cultural change.

The world is different now, but it has changed before. During the ninety minute session, Akil will be asking Jane and Karen three key questions for insight into how to navigate the future business uncertainty:

  1. What are the top three practical things you have done to prepare your business for the long term?

  2. What does business development look like for you over the next few months?

  3. Have you had to re-imagine your business during these times? How have you gone about it?

The online session is a great initiative, especially during this time and is open to anyone growing and building a business. Sign up today via calendly.com/SaturdaySchool where you will be sent conference details and join at 2:30pm BST Saturday 30 May.

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