It’s not going to be easy, but without a plan based on your priorities, it’s going to be so much harder.

We know that planning improves business performance. But the greater the uncertainty, the harder SMEs find it to plan ahead. But of course that’s also the reason why planning becomes even more important.

Focus on what you can control, and those changes, be they small or large, start to add up.

We’ll be discussing what that plan should include at the T4S SME Live Summit

A panel of experts will be discussing what SMEs should be doing now to maximise opportunity and minimise risk.

Run by Timewade as part of the successful Technology for Success business support programme for SMEs in the South West, the panel includes:

Julian Wills, Tech and IT specialist, MD Timewade, Founder Technology for Success

Dan White, Technology, Innovation and Growth Specialist & Director of Business Services at Bishop Fleming Chartered Accountant

Dan Pritchard, CIPR Advanced Practitioner, MD Astley Media, Co-founder Tech South West

Vikram Kamerkar, Partner, Minerva Lifelong Learning, former Director, Ernst & Young

Rhian Huxtable, Customer Experience Specialist, Insight 6, former Head of Retail Boots UK

Alison Lambert MAPD, Dip M, Chartered MCIPD, Director & Strategic HR Consultant Commissioning HR, Chair of CIPD Devon and Cornwall

Tom Chartres-Moore, associate solicitor in the IP and IT team at Stephens Scown, head of the firms’ food and drink team a non-executive director of Food Drink Devon.

We’ll be asking what are the actions that companies need to take right now to come out of this better?

All delegates will have the chance to put questions to the panel and will be given a free SME Roadmap to Recovery checklist to help you as you progress your Roadmap to Recovery through 2020.

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