Digitally prepared, or digitally scared? FREE seminars look at protecting your business
By Wilkin Chapman LLP | Posted: 27 Jun 2017
Are you digitally prepared, or digitally scared?
This will be the topic on the agenda at two FREE seminars being held by Wilkin Chapman solicitors in partnership with Forrester Boyd in Grimsby and Louth.
With so much in the media in relation to cyber security, these seminars will focus on how to protect your business in the social media sphere.
The seminars take place on Tuesday, July 11, with expert speakers, Katie Davies, partner at Wilkin Chapman solicitors; Alan Nesbitt, partner, at Forrester Boyd; and Stuart Green, managing director at SJG Digital.
The Grimsby event is taking place at the Grimsby Institute’s UCG building. Registration is at 7.45am with an 8am start and a 10am finish.
The Louth event is being held at the Louth’s Playgoers Riverhead Theatre. Registration is at 11.30am with the seminar finishing at 1.30pm.
Speaking in the run-up to the events, Katie Davies said: “Social media is a powerful marketing and communication tool. However, when things go wrong reputations of both employers and employees can be damaged. The seminar will provide delegates with a clear insight into the legal implications of social media in the workplace.”
As part of both seminars, Katie will go through recent case law decisions and explain, in layman's terms, the reasoning behind them.
Tax and the digital world is something that businesses across the country will have to focus on in the future and Forrester Boyd’s Alan Nesbitt will be giving the benefit of his expertise and experience. Alan will also demonstrate how businesses and landlords can use Cloud accounting solutions to fulfil their tax obligations and improve business performance.
Finally, Stuart Green – the driving force behind SJG Digital – will be advising delegates on combating the increasing issue of cyber-crime.
Tickets, free of charge, are limited to two people per organisation and can be booked by visiting www.wilkinchapman.co.uk/events
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