TA6 launches Masterclass Webinar Series

From 8th-11th December TA6 will be delivering a series of webinars for UK leisure operators to focus on their plans for 2021.  Covering a range of topics including sales, service, communication and marketing the 1-hour events will take place at 1.30pm every afternoon.  Paul Woodford, Director of Marketing & Partnerships, comments, “We want our clients and the rest of the sector to be ready to smash 2021 with a positive outlook.  2020 has been a challenge for many but there’s opportunities to take a fresh look at your operations, marketing and messaging and come back stronger in the new year.”  The series kicks off on the 8th December 1.30pm with Woody’s webinar on “How to Sell in 2021”.  For more information and to make a booking visit www.allianceTA6.co.uk/masterclass 

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