We are really looking forward to meeting with a group of our financial professionals in a special “Finance member get together” on 10th June at the Royal Oak Hotel, Sevenoaks. We are delighted to have guest speakers for this event. Jenny Baker-Hirst our very first financial placement back in 2012 will be coming to share her experience, warts and all, on getting back into the work place and how she has adapted her lifestyle to make this flexible role work for her and her family. Angela Dadson Director of Lakeview accountancy practice will be talking about flexible employment within the industry and how it works within her organisation.

We will also be sharing Top Tips on Industry Bodies, training  and other resources and opportunities available. But most importantly indulging in a spot of cream tea at the same time !! There are still a few places left if this is something that you would like to attend. Please get in touch with me andrea@ten2two.org

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