Solve set to attend key legal event
Solve Legal Marketing are excited to be exhibiting at the LAW2018 Roadshow next week.
Hosted by leading legal events and training company, the Solicitors Group, the event is set to be a key date in the professional calendar, featuring an array of specialist speakers, industry professionals and opportunities for networking.
Taking place over two days, the event is set to provide comprehensive quality content from experts in their fields, enabling professionals to refresh their existing knowledge as well as further their learning on a number of key topics.
Expert talks will be interspersed with opportunities to browse the range of professional suppliers from across the industry – including Solve. As well as having the unique chance to discuss the services in depth and gain practical demonstrations, attendees will also be able to take advantage of special offers available for their firm.
As a marketing agency dedicated to the legal sector, we can’t wait to meet professionals from across the industry, establishing the marketing challenges which firms are most affected by. Our professional team will be on hand to demonstrate the positive impact of marketing in clear terms, discuss the effective plans we’ve implemented for previous clients and explore strategies which could work for your firm. Make sure you visit us on Stand 13!
In addition to the learning and sourcing opportunities, the event is also the perfect place to engage with fellow professionals and firms; with over 550 legal professionals in attendance, where better to form business relationships and discuss key matters within the industry?
Set to be held on the 15th and 16th May, the event will take place at Manchester’s prestigious Lowry Hotel.
There’s still time to ensure you benefit from this key industry event – to ensure that you reserve a place, book your free ticket here.
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