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Business Vision Live 2019 round table details confirmed

By Chris Britcher

Organisers of one of this year's major business events have confirmed details of their round table sessions.

Business Vision Live 2019 takes place at the Kent Event Centre on Wednesday, May 15.

The event was previously known as Kent Vision Live.

Business Vision Live takes place at the Kent Event Centre in May
Business Vision Live takes place at the Kent Event Centre in May

Details of the round tables come after Simon Jack, the BBC's business editor, was confirmed to open the event.

Topics to be covered this year include:

Modern Ways of Working and the 4-Day Week - with Becky Simms of Reflect Digital, the Maidstone agency which ushered in the practice last year.

Becky Simms is CEO of Reflect Digital and will speak on one of the round table discussions
Becky Simms is CEO of Reflect Digital and will speak on one of the round table discussions

Bruce Kidd and Linda Garcia of Ashford-based O-a-sys will present to the How Does Your Business Promote Productivity? round table, while Aimee Payne of Kent Police will attend the Fraud Prevention and Cyber Security: Emerging Threats discussion event.

Lucy Pearce of Allington-based Advo Group will sit in on the Employment Law Update - Things to look out for in 2019 round table, while Becoming an Attractive Employer will include a presentation by Jemma Fairclough-Haynes, from Medway's Orchard Employment Law.

Tickets for the free event - during which the finalists for this year's Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA) will be revealed - are available now.

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