ARC Network Meeting – March
Date: Wednesday 14th March 2018
Time: 15:00 – 17:30
Location: CBI | Cannon Place | 78 Cannon Street | London | EC4N 6HN (Berners- Lee and Sharman rooms)
Speakers: Francis West, director of Westtek Limited will be talking on Cyber Security and Fiona Brunton of Brunton Bid Writing on essential techniques for writing winning tenders and getting more business .
In addition: Lawspeed will be giving a presentation on the restrictions in employment contacts, needed to protect your candidate and client data. This will include restrictive covenants and related issues which could leave your business open to GDPR-based claims.
The cost to attend is £20+VAT for non-members and free for ARC members. However, pre-registration is essential as places are limited. To book your place, please call us on 01273 777 997.
Francis West is a leading cyber security expert, helping recruitment businesses protect their data against cyber-attacks. During his presentation, he will:
- Share the key facts and figures.
- Relate true stories that recruitment businesses have faced.
- Demonstrate live hacking (ethical).
- Explain how to protect your staff and company.
Do not attend if you are easily scared!
Fiona Brunton will explain the essential techniques for writing winning tenders, based on her extensive experience of reviewing tenders written by recruitment agencies and the most common mistakes made. Her presentation will cover:
- What makes the buyer fume?
- Techniques for gaining maximum marks when answering tender questions.
- How to write impactful case studies and incorporate evidence in your tender responses.
In addition, Lawspeed’s presentation will explore how to make sure that you have appropriate protection built into your employment contracts, which will restrict a departing employee from soliciting clients, poaching your key staff and agency workers, using information held on your CRM system or competing with your business.
Plus, ‘What keeps you awake at night? – An opportunity to attendees to discuss any pressing issues.