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Ahead of the UHR Conference 2023, themed ‘Working Well’ (9 to 11 May, online) we have a great selection of mini-articles from some of the best providers to this sector, and we are publishing them between now and conference. They might wake your interest about a new issue, give a steer towards the sessions you’d most benefit from at conference, or plug a gap in your knowledge. Our thanks go to the authors of all of these articles and we look forward to seeing you at conference. Delegates can check the full conference programme now and add some of these contributors to their diaries.
To hear more from the Browne Jacobson team join conference session LC3 at 2pm on Thursday 11 May.
Learn more from the Evelyn Partners team in conference session BA4 at 12.45pm on Tuesday 9 May.
Catch up on this theme at conference in the session LA2 at 4pm on Tuesday 9 May.
Join colleagues from Gatenby Sanderson in conference session BA2 on Tuesday 9 May at 12.45pm.
Mills & Reeve
The session LA1 from Mills & Reeve at #UH23 is at 4pm on Tuesday 9 May.
NTT DATA Business Solutions
Thankyou to our headline supporters for #UHR23, NTT DATA Business Solutions, and catch up with their session BA1 on Tuesday 9 May at 12.45pm.
Join Oracle’s Leatham Green at conference on Thursday 11 May at 12.15pm, in session BC2.
The session from People Insight at #UHR23 is session BB3 on Wednesday 10 May at 12.15pm.
Join colleagues from Vialto in session BC1 on Thursday 11 May at 12.15pm.
Catch up with the team from VWV in conference session LB3 at 2pm on Wednesday 10 May.
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