Payroll World Client Payroll Conference

Event: Payroll World Client Payroll Conference

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Location: London

ILEC Conference Centre, 47 Lillie Rd, London SW6 1UD

Payroll World’s Client Payroll Spring Conference will once again bring together the most influential and largest payroll accountants and bureaux in the UK.

With the event landing squarely in the middle of the auto-enrolment capacity crunch; fellow third party payroll providers, pension providers, IFAs, regulators and sales advisors will help you meet your client’s expectations.

Explore how to:

  • overcome the auto-enrolment capacity crunch – learn how other providers will be tackling the huge upcoming staging process
  • gain marketing strategies to increase your bottom line – understand new ways and commercial strategies to reach new clients

NOW: Pensions’ Martin Olive will be presenting at the event in the ‘Shaping your AE product for profit’ session. We will also be bringing along the bright green NOW: Pensions stand.

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