21 October 2017

Join us for Heads Up, in Reading – Brexit and Communicating Change

Join Synergy and Shoosmiths law firm in Reading for brekkie on Thursday 9th November to explore Brexit, change comms and the latest themes, trends and thoughts on internal comms and employee engagement.

When: Thursday 9th November 2017

Where: Shoosmiths – Apex Plaza, Forbury Rd, Reading, RG1 1SH  

We’ll be discussing hot topics right now including:

• Brexit and employment law – what you need to know

• Communicating to your people during change – the what and the how

• The impact good change comms programmes can make to businesses  

There will be breakfast provided.

Feel free to tweet the event #headsupsynergy

Register your place below or email Chris Giddings: chris@mccannsynergy.com.uk Register here   

We look forward to seeing you!


AGENDA 8:30am – 8:45am – Informal networking & breakfast

8:45am – 10:15am – Speaker presentations and Q&A

10:15am – 10:30am – Networking and close



Where: Shoosmiths – Thames Valley Office – Apex Plaza, Forbury Rd, Reading, RG1 1SH – Directions here

Parking is unfortunately not available at Apex Plaza, however Apex Plaza is right next to Reading railway station, so travelling by train is recommended. The nearest public car parks are located at Garrard Street, or the railway station car park.

Find out more about Shoosmiths

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