Ask a Trustee Webinar Series

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Name: Ask a Trustee Webinar Series
Date: May 5, 2020 - May 28, 2020
Event Description:
Thank you for all you're doing to help Canadians weather this financial crisis! Here's what we are doing and how you, your team and your clients/participants can benefit. Our amazing VP Insolvency, Shawn Stack, has committed to being available every Tuesday and Thursday evening 7pm to 8pm MDT in May to assist Canadians who may be struggling with debt or just have some burning questions in regards to managing debt and navigating the options available. As a valued partner of Bromwich+Smith, this is your exclusive invitation to our Ask a Trustee Webinar Series. This will be a safe, judgement free and confidential webinar series to get to know Shawn, our company culture and values and gain clarity in these uncertain times. The webinar will be interactive via Telus Business Connect Meetings. Attendees can enter their own name or fictitious name like 'The Rock', 'JLo' or whatever they want. They do not need to turn on their cameras and they will have an opportunity to ask questions in the chat box as well as to connect to and learn from a community. What we need from you: Invite your clients/participants, your friends and family and your teams to this exclusive webinar and ‘like’ and ‘share’ the series marketing on our social media platforms. Where you can find information for the series: Please Attend one of the webinars yourself so you can see and hear Shawn speak, get an idea of the types of questions coming in and so you can share the event with more conviction. Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback. Thank you and let’s blow people away with our investment in adding value to them and providing impartial+unbiased information+resources.
Date/Time Information:
Every Tuesday and Thursday in May 6pm - 7pm PDT
Contact Information:
Taz Rajan Community Engagement Partner Bromwich+Smith 18005167417 ext 298
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