Most people associate CRM with their customer database, but things have come a long way since companies first started keeping a list of customer on a computer in the corner of the room, in this free workshop you will see how a modern Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system can help.
Meet a group of local business owners and managers at this visitor's morning at The Kenwood Hall Hotel at this visitor's open morning and networking event.
Commenting on the emerging proposals for the widening of the Funding for Lending Scheme to cover more types of business finance, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -The proposed extension of the Funding for Lending scheme shows that the Chancellor is listening hard and acting to address continued business frustration around tight credit conditions.
It has been called many things: taxation by the back door, private sector fight back and compulsory savings, but the one thing automatic enrolment is not, is solely a pension issue.
A Sheffield-based business lawyer has welcomed positive new figures which found that confidence is high and that Yorkshire and Humber is the region most likely to see the creation of jobs over the next year - but warned that companies often need further advice to boost growth.
The Sheffield office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has boosted its real estate team with the appointment of Jennifer Ayris as Associate.
The employment and pensions group at leading law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has launched a survey which intends to reveal what action small and medium-sized organisations have taken in relation to implementing auto-enrolment laws (AE).