How to plan when it’s impossible to plan?

In a pilot for the first of a new LinkedIn Live series examining aspects of business planning, always possible CEO Richard Freeman had a deep-dive conversation with always possible Associate and Mindsetup Director Emma Mills-Sheffield FRSA.
We hope you’ll agree the pilot session went rather well so we are planning LinkedIn Lives Season One! The continued theme for the season will be aspects of business planning featuring guests from our staff and Associate pool with specialisms in funding, branding and marketing, products, project management, and data and insights. This special LinkedIn Live series will take place Tuesdays fortnightly from 11-11:30am on Richard Freeman’s LinkedIn page. Watching the events live will give you the benefit of being able to ask questions via the comments and have them answered by our expert guests during the broadcast. How to plan when it’s impossible to plan 10th Aug 11am – Data & Insights with Bonamy Waddell 24th Aug 11am – Grants & Funding with Sam Hawkins 7th Sept 11am – Products & Projects with Lucy Paine 21st Sept 11am – Branding & Marketing with Meg Fenn LinkedIn Lives season one
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