BSI launch SME Business Improvement Seminars

19th September 2017

Do you want help to win tenders, improve processes and put best practice to work? In 2016, we helped 6,056 UK small-to-medium-sized enterprises achieve their business objectives through certification.

You are invited to meet Stephen Porter in York on 28 September at this free introductory seminar and learn more about these key business topics: Quality Management — improve processes and customer satisfaction Information Security — protect your data and address cyber threats Business Continuity — mitigate risk and embed organizational resilience EU GDPR — determine the impact to your business Our SME specialists, like Stephen, put your needs at the heart of everything we do and this event is your opportunity to ask our team about your business. To book a place for our event in York, please follow the link below Register now. Event Information Marriott Hotel York Tadcaster Road Dringhouses York YO24 1QQ Date: 28 September 2017 Time: 10:00-12:00

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