Employment Law Update | July 2021
Third free business webinar reveals seven ways to improve profits
An experienced finance director will be the next speaker in our series of popular and informative business webinars.
Free Online Event
The free online event will help businesses to understand the ‘seven key levers’ approach to improving profitability. It will take place via Zoom on Thursday 29th April at 9.30am and be hosted by Jeremy Hyde.
Jeremy is a commercially driven MBA finance director with a unique blend of blue-chip and SME experience. He is a regional director at The FD Centre, the world’s number one provider of part-time finance directors to SMEs with over 450 financial directors and chief financial officers operating out of more than 70 offices across five continents and managing a combined turnover of £5 billion.
7 Key Levers
With a focus on driving profitability and performance improvement through effective strategic analysis and experience of building and leading UK and international teams, Jeremy gives businesses of all sizes an insight into making improvements using the ‘seven key levers’ model. He will demonstrate the methods with real world, practical examples that will show attendees how to significantly increase a business's profits, cashflow and value of a company.
During this presentation Jeremy will:
- Show how there is much more to improving profitability than just reducing costs
- Explore 7 key levers for increasing profits, cash flow and ultimately the value of your company
- Share practical examples of how the tools and techniques have been applied and the results achieved.
When: 9.30 am on Thursday 29th April 2021
Where: Online via Zoom
How long: 60 minutes including 15 minutes Q & A
Cost: It's FREE
LCF Law’s managing partner, Simon Stell, said: “This is our third free webinar providing expert advice to every type of business, from start-ups to mature companies. The feedback we have had to date has been really positive. Informative, engaging and with some easy take away actions, there is real value in these sessions.”