All in. Leeds., a collective of nearly 180 companies from across the Leeds City Region’s creative sector, is hosting a variety of educational sessions to advise and reassure businesses on how best to navigate their way through issues that are arising during the COVID-19 crisis.
The live Q&A webinars will cover a wide range of topics including how to access financial support, employment law, how to manage wellbeing whilst working at home and business survival skills.
The sessions, hosted by a variety of external specialists who advise the creative industry, will provide support on how to manage the key, dynamic aspects of business in the current climate.
Liam Grogan, a spokesperson for All in. Leeds., said: “We are excited to be able to utilise our cumulative expertise to reassure and support businesses, as we believe that committing time to help each other is for the collective good.
“These are challenging and unprecedented times for businesses. Clients reducing their spend, pausing campaigns and employees adapting to a new way of life undoubtedly causes ripple effects across a company.
“All in. Leeds. recognises the benefits of supporting businesses, not only in the creative industries, but across the city region as a whole to tackle the challenges we face together. By attending the webinars, we aim to help you find the best way to cultivate new business and maintain workplace culture.”
All the sessions are free to attend:
Tuesday 7th April, 10am – Employment Law, hosted by Clarion Solicitors
Wednesday 8th April, 10am – Business development survival skills, hosted by Gray Matters
Thursday 9th April, 10am – Accessing financial support, hosted by Armstrong Watson
To join the sessions, visit https://www.allinleeds.com/isolation-sessions and click the link at the allocated time.