Business Q&A - Get your questions answered
The award winning No Jargon team are back together and offering a unique chance for you to ask questions about anything that is on your mind in these trying times. The team comprises:
Elinor Perry-Hall – Pentlands Accountants and advisors – Finance, Accounting and all things money.
Tracey Hudson – The HR Dept – Dealing with employee issues and everything else HR.
Helen Barge – Risk Evolves – Practical risk management advice on how to avoid problems e.g. Data privacy and information security and to how to look for new opportunities.
Adam Crossling / Russell Howarth – Zenzero – For any of your IT questions including Microsoft Teams, IT support, VoIP and Cyber Security.
We plan to answer your questions, whatever they are, and to point you in the right direction. The session will be question driven and just in case you can’t make it, we plan to record them so if you get interrupted, miss a key point or miss a session you can catch up in your own time.
Join us as the No Jargon team hit the internet for the first time. We have a reputation for plain speaking, good solid advice, with no fluff or nonsense. You bring the tea and biscuits, and we’ll provide the answers to some of the challenges that we’re all facing in these uncertain times.
If you want to get in touch before or after the session:
Elinor Perry-Hall firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Barge email@example.com
Adam Crossling firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracey Hudson email@example.com
“Since the uncertainty that Coronavirus introduced and the challenges created by lockdown on 23rd March, nearly 6 months ago, many business owners have felt enormous anxiety due to this unknown. For many, former business plans have been thrown out of the window and new strategies created in order to survive and then thrive through this unprecedented crisis. It has been hugely reassuring to not do this alone. Joining the “Keeping the Country Moving” calls on a weekly basis and listening to experts in their relevant fields has provided invaluable advice and direction. Thank you for your help.”