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G + L = C

23 Jun 2022 12:00 - 13:00

Webinar: Host to be confirmed

Presenters: Communications Consultant and Editor, David Leck together with Sandra Smith, Freelance Writer  

  • Whatever your house style, consistency is key.
  • Abbreviating words is sometimes useful but we can all be guilty of “assuming”. Ignoring grammar also saves time and why bother with syntax, especially in emails which are meant to be casual?
  • Well, in your personal life this may be acceptable but informality does not belong in the workplace where correct punctuation and concise language are the basis of effective and professional communication.
  • It’s often the first contact between you and a potential client and, thereafter, an ongoing marketing tool. 

In this interactive conversation, communications consultant and editor, David Leck, and freelance writer, Sandra Smith, discuss the importance of language and grammar while offering practical guidance in eliminating unnecessary words/phrases, clarity of communication and consistency of style.

 

Event price: £130 + VAT  

Members receive a 50% saving on the full price and pay £65 + VAT   

To register for a place please email gail.jaffa@psmg.co.uk or telephone  +44(0)7956 443745

 

Terms of Booking and Cancellation Policy    

Receipt of your booking indicates acceptance of liability to pay the attendance fee. Cancellations received in writing more than 7 days before the seminar will be refunded, less £10 administration fee. We regret that no refunds are allowed for cancellations or transfers within 7 days or for non-attendance. PSMG reserves the right to refuse admission if payment is not received prior to the event.

Important note: The booking email constitutes a legally binding contract. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of PSMG LLP to change the content and timing of the programme, the speakers, the date and venue. Whilst every effort will be made to prevent this, in the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled, PSMG LLP will automatically make a full refund but disclaim any further liability.

 
 

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