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Merit Event – Getting Ahead With Flexible Working September 22, 2008

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We are pleased to announce the latest event being organised by the IT support group Merit. It takes place on Wednesday 15 October at Everton FC.

We have been describing work as a place we go to for hundreds of years. Within the next ten years, your business will be ‘doing business’ in different ways from today.

Attracting and retaining staff, reducing the cost of doing business and continually improving product and customer service capabilities will be the key elements to maintaining and improving profitability. The ‘old’ way of getting the job done in one place of work will be replaced by more flexible and responsive methods. In particular, more people will be working from outside the ‘traditional’ office.

As well as providing an excellent networking opportunity this event will look at the economic, environmental and social benefits of ‘flexible working’ and what it means to your business now and in the future. It also looks at dispelling the myths of flexible and home working providing tips on how to get started and will show how businesses can maximise the benefits from technology to help them work more flexibly.

This special event supports ‘Small Business Week 2008’ – a week-long campaign dedicated to championing the 4.3million-plus small enterprises in the UK , bringing together small businesses from across the country, independent business organisations,

For further information on the campaign visit www.sbw08.co.uk

Registration 11:00 – 11:30

Presentation
11:30 – 12:30

Lunch/Networking/Demonstration
12:30 – 2:00

There will also be a FREE tour of the ground and a prize draw.

Venue

Everton Football Club,
Dixie Dean Suite,
Liverpool
L4 4EL

Register for FREE on the Merit website.

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