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Doing What Works…Finance July 10, 2008

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“Doing What Works…” is a series of interactive seminars brought to you by the Mersey Skills Network designed to help businesses get the skills necessary to succeed.

The “Doing What Works… Finance” seminar will take place at Blackburne House, Blackburne Place off Hope Street in Liverpool, on 18 September. It aims to alleviate the fears associated with financial management and provide advice, information, tips and techniques which can then be immediately implemented within organisations.

The seminar will feature as key-note speaker local man Steve Sealy, founding director of AM Paper Group Ltd. In addition, three interactive workshops will focus on the Credit Crunch, Finance for Non Financial management, and Profit Improvement, all facilitated by professionals with many years experience in the field of finance.

Programme:
9.30am – Arrival, refreshment and registration
10am – Welcome from Carole Crosby, Deputy CEO, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce
10.15am – -Effective Business Networking:
In an educational and motivational manner. Kintish provide expertise in the field of business development. This poweful sessikon will help you get the most from your business interactions.
11am – Break
11.15am – Keynote speaker, Stevbe Sealy, AM Paper Group Ltd
12pm – Lunch & networking
1pm – Workshop 1 – Credit Crunch, tips and techniques for successful debt management
1.45pm – Break and chamgeover
2pm – Workshop 2 – Finance for Non-Financial Management – Gain an insight and understanding of finance
2.45pm – Break and change over
3pm – Workshop 3 – Profit Improvement – Insights and methods to help grow your profits
3.45 – End of workshops – 10 minutes questions and closing speech
4pm – finish

Places cost £250 + VAT.

Book online at the Liverpool Chamber website

or by contacting:

Mersey Skills Network
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Number One Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9HG
Email: info@merseyskills.co.uk
Telephone: 0151 224 1888

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Marketing and Management Skills From The Professional Development Programme July 8, 2008

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Liverpool Chamber’s Professional Development Programme has three courses coming up that will help you both create new business and efficiently manage the contracts this will create.

First up is a Sales and Marketing Masterclass taking place on 15 & 16 June. This two-day course will help you find, new and better clients; learn 10 success methods on how to get referrals; how to beat your competition; how to create a brand name and a lot more.

If you feel you need a broader introduction to marketing, our course on 17 July fits the bill. This will explain just what marketing is and how you can develop a marketing plan to boost your business.

Now the work is rolling in, you’ll be glad of our Managing Contracts course on 16 July. This will explain the often dense language of the modern business contract. It will look at all areas, including legal definitions, intellectual copyright and useful case studies.

To book, either click on the links above or email Almay Mayers.

Promoting Tender Opportunities – Free Workshop June 18, 2008

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Realising Your Business Potential – 27 June 2008

The Promoting Tender Opportunities programme is available to businesses that have been trading for less than three years and where business owners live in Merseyside.

This ESF funded project will provide free training and support to new businesses with the aim that they will have the necessary entrepreneurial skills and business knowledge to successfully bid for a variety of tender opportunities.

This workshop will be held at Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, One Old Hall Street and will cover:

  • Finding tender opportunities
  • Pre-qualification questionnaires
  • Benefits for small businesses supplying the public sector
  • The advantage to the public sector of dealing with small businesses
  • Getting that much needed first experience
  • Case studies – tenders won and lost

We will be joined on the day by two expert speakers who will be able to address questions and further explore how small businesses can tender and work with the public sector.

To book contact June Davies at june.davies@liverpoolchamber.org.uk or call 0151 227 1234.

Free Employment Law Breakfast Seminar June 2, 2008

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Randstad  Employment Bureau is organising a seminar entitled ‘Essential Employment Law update – who is liable?’ to be held at 1 Temple Square, 24 Dale Street, on Thursday 26 June between 8.45am – 11am

The seminar is being held in conjunction with Canter Levin & Berg solicitors and William Burrows, Head of Employment Law will be discussing actual case studies to bring the facts to life.

Anyone wishing to attend should contact Sadie Besley, Branch Manager on 0151 242 6280 or by email at sadie.besley@uk.randstad.com

Change Your Life With The Maximum Achievement Programme May 12, 2008

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Seminar dates: 28th & 29th May 2008

The Chamber Professional Development Programme part of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce working in partnership with the Brian Tracey Academy.

The Maximum Achievement Programme will benefit any individual or group in your organisation.
Twelve powerful modules delivered, facilitated, and workshopped over two days will show you how to set goals, manage change, communicate more effectively at all levels, solve problems more easily, manage time more efficiently, improve effectiveness and performance in all areas of your life, and take full control of every aspect of your professional and personal life.

The Maximum Achievement Programme is the flagship Training Seminar from the entire collection of internationally renowned Brian Tracy Training Programmes and Seminars.
Brian Tracy is a world leading authority on Leadership, Management, Success, Personal Achievement, and the Development of Human Potential, and has written 38 books on these subjects

Following your attendance at the Maximum Achievement Programme, you and your team will be equipped to achieve more in a few years than most people achieve in a lifetime. Cost just £995 + VAT

To book or for further information contact Alma Mayers or Sarah Abraham on 0151 227 1234.

Free Waste Management Seminar For Construction Industry March 5, 2008

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waste-management-pic.jpgConstruction firms are being urged to take early action before the planned enforcement of Site Waste Management Plans (SWMPs) before April 2008. These plans are due to become a legal requirement for all construction projects over £300,000 on 6th April 2008. Waste reduction is increasingly important for environmental and financial reasons. It is best to reduce waste at source, either by better design, or by improving operational efficiency. This may include the re-use or recovery of materials.

SWMPs provide a structure for systematic waste management at all stages of a project’s delivery.

The key benefits to your business:

  • Provides structured approach to management and recycling on site
  • Reduces cost of waste management
  • Increase profit margins
  • Better control of regulatory risks relating to materials and wastes on site
  • Compliance of contractual needs of public and private sector clients
  • Help you to deal with any queries from environmental regulatory bodies

Colin Woods Associates will be delivering the presentation. So come along to this FREE event organised by Groundwork Merseyside to find out how you should implement a SWMP, and how you can save money by improving your environmental performance.

Wednesday 19th March 2008 8.30am – 11.30am at Liverpool Empire Theatre, Lime Street, Liverpool L1 1JE

To BOOK
• Email ashley.piper@groundwork.org.uk, or
• Phone the Groundwork Merseyside team on 0151 644 4700, or
Download this information and faxback form [PDF]

Free Technology Seminar from Grant Thornton February 25, 2008

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Grant Thornton invites you to the first in a series of seminars addressing issues facing local science and technology businesses on Thursday 6 March.

The event will be delivered by a team of experts from the world of venture capital, intellectual property law and taxation, each focusing on technology-related subjects in their field.

Venue:
The Heath Business & Technical Park
Runcorn
Cheshire
WA7 4QX

Speakers for the morning will be:

Kevin Engel – Partner, Grant Thornton

Simon Cleaver – Yorkshire Fund Managers

Robert Adams – Tax Manager, Grant Thornton

Laurence Pritchard – Partner, DWF Solicitors

Alicia McCaffery – Solicitor, DWF Solicitors

Timings

8.45am Arrival and registration

9.30am Introduction

9.40am Fundraising – How, when and where?

10.40am Coffee break11.00am R&D Tax Credits

11.30am Protecting your intellectual property

12.00pm Questions and answers

12.30pm Close and lunch

To attend RSVP Ruth Pearson, Events Executive on 0161 953 6346

Listen Very Carefully, I Will Say Ziss Only Wunce …Allez les Marseillaises! January 24, 2008

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Image from Every Stock Photofrance_marseille_unite_14699_l.jpgThe french city of Marseille is bidding for European Capital of Culture 2013. Because of the similarity between the two port cities, the Marseille Chamber of Commerce has arranged a visit to Liverpool in association with the Culture Company.

Their aim is to talk to Liverpool businesses about their experiences since winning Capital of Culture status.

Liverpool Chamber is hosting a business seminar on 1st February, at Number 1 Old Hall Street, for the Marseille delegation.

If you feel that your business has particularly benefited from 2008 European Capital of Culture and you would like to share that experience at our business seminar, please speak to Jenny Stewart, Head of Membership who will be glad to arrange for you to attend.

Call Jenny on 0151 227 1234 or send her an email.