Web Seminar: Cut Fat, Not Muscle – How to cut costs without damaging your business

by Richard Crump

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25 Nov 2012

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Join Financial Director and Accountancy Age on the 13th December at 3pm for this exclusive live webinar, which will delve deeper into the ways of cutting costs without damaging your business.

This 40-minute web seminar, chaired by Financial Director's and Accountancy Age's deputy editor Richard Crump, will explore where new cuts should come from and identify opportunities for strategic operational improvement and selective investment, without requiring indiscriminate compromises to staff or service levels – transforming business efficiency from the inside out.

To register, click here.

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