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19 October 2020

MHR announces Power Up Virtual Summit for HR & Finance Leaders

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Finance and HR leaders offered access to Power Up Your Business in 2021 – a virtual event covering the latest insights and future predictions about vital HR, finance and analytics trends.

MHR is proud to announce its virtual MHR Summit, designed for HR and finance leaders looking to get ahead in 2021.

The leading HR, payroll and analytics expert will stage the stimulating, interactive three-day free online event, entitled Power Up Your Business in 2021, from 23 to 25 November.

Supporting the MHR Summit event and delivering the keynote address will be Sir Clive Woodward, a pioneer of using data in sport over 20 years ago, helping him lead England to Rugby World Cup success in 2003.

Emma Isichei, Chief Marketing Officer at MHR, said: “Who could have imagined at the start of 2020 how the year would play out? In a matter of weeks almost the entire world reverted to a whole new way of working, propelling the digital transformation agenda at least five years into the future.”

“This taught us what it really means to be agile, how remote working on-mass is possible, the importance of having the right technology, how collaboration tools are crucial to keeping us connected while remote and why having access to the right data is more important than ever.”

“Building on these accelerating trends, the entire event agenda is designed to help finance and HR teams get set for the future, by understanding what technologies processes mean for their organisations, giving them the tools to move into 2021 with confidence.”

“One of the highlights will certainly be Sir Clive, who will share his insights into how you can use data for competitive advantage and use it to drive positive change in your organisation, so we’re absolutely delighted to have such a leading light in data and technology join us for our first ever MHR Summit.”

The free event features two tracks which will cover everything from how to build organisational resilience using learning and the future of payroll, to the data trends in finance and the latest in financial workplace planning. 

Featuring an exciting mix of content, from keynote presentations to round tables and panel debates, the event is designed to fit in with business. One registration gives full access to all and any sessions, and delegates are free to join as many – or as a few – sessions as they wish. All of the content, including Sir Clive’s keynote, will be available on-demand after the event throughout the week of 23rd November.

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