Inox Network Breakfast Meeting

8th May 2017

For the May Inox breakfast network event we are delighted to welcome Wendy Ward.

Wendy Ward created Let's Save Limited in 2015 having spent sixteen years within the corporate world. Wendy has spent the last 9 years learning how to be self-employed and is now un-employable! Sole Director of Let's Save Limited, Wendy has secured her business partner specialists through her vast network of business contacts through networking. Wendy is a natural helper, connecting people with others who can help or add value. Wendy helps those organisations who need help tracking and controlling their costs. She can undertake an audit of costs, producing a report of which suppliers are being used, what is being charged, the contract end and renewal information and gives recommendations of alternative suppliers, costs, service levels and compliance levels. She can also provide an ongoing cost management service on a retainer basis to continue to keep on top of renewals and reviews as they occur. She also provides a service for start-up businesses who need all supplier agreements and contracts establishing from scratch, this can also be applied to relocating businesses and growing businesses. Wendy's presentation - "Helping those who are too busy or stressed to help themselves" will prove to be fascinating to those of us who find it challenging to accomplish all they want to every day! Please Click Here to book your free place!

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