London | £55000
In the current financial climate, Legal Project Management is a necessity within law firms, and if you are someone with prior LPM/Pricing experience, you are going to be very much in demand! If you’re looking to progress within this rapidly expanding niche, you will be helped along the way with full development and training provided as part of being in an established team. With this progression, you will also have the chance to build your own profile and reputation within the business, working alongside senior stakeholders and large corporate clients. Supporting the firms Legal Project Management initiatives across the UK, you will have a broad range of responsibilities, including assisting Partners with budgets (and analysis of these), working with the Business Development team to develop fee structures, whilst overseeing the rate structure/matter maintenance process. This will be very much partner-facing and will therefore if you’re a confident, commercially-focused individual who enjoys proposing creative workable solutions to problems, this is going to be for you. The firm in question are a global and renowned law firm, who can offer a modern working environment (recently moved to a new office space), and a clear path for career development and progression, working in a high-calibre team. If you feel your profile matches the above and you’d like to find out more, please apply without delay or contact John Carleton directly for an informal chat. Balance Recruitment is an award-winning Recruitment Agency and is advertising this opportunity on behalf of a client. We are an equal opportunities employer, committed to promoting diversity.
London | £40000
This established and highly successful UK law firm wish to hire a Pitch Executive or Tenders Specialist to help them with their existing business strategy, whilst looking at ways to generate new business for the firm. Reporting to the senior BD Manager you will be tasked with working on pitches across all practice groups across the firm, providing guidance on how to respond to RFPs and bringing new ideas and approaches to the process. Responsibilities include; · The development of cross departmental pitches, monitoring and identifying new tender opportunities · Take sole responsibility for pitches and provide strategic input, including suggestions on key messages and guidance on fee proposals · Collaborate effectively with BD teams to create unique ideas, solutions or approaches to deliver winning pitches · Supervise initiatives regarding best practice in pitches, including monitoring needs and trends of wider BD team and make recommendations to management · Undertake post pitch feedback, conduct briefings, analyse and report key findings · Oversee and maintain the content of the pitch tracking and pitch knowledge database · Working with the Senior Business Development Executive and Senior Pitch Executive to put together client research packs. · Develop relationships with other support functions to provide joint solutions to the business · Deliver quarterly pitch analysis to Board members to highlight results and actions to take forward Candidates must have a thorough understanding of business development principles. They will work with all stakeholders to drive forward pitching and support growth strategies. You will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, being able to write clearly, concisely and to a high standard. Excellent grasp of grammar and punctuation is essential in this position. You will possess a degree ideally in English, Communications, Business or a similar recognised marketing qualification such as the CIM. You will currently be working in a similar pitch driven position within professional services or from a marketing consultancy. Strong knowledge of; · PowerPoint · Excel · InterAction (CRM) · InDesign To apply contact Neil Hagan quoting ref. NH-PS-20.06.19
London | £30000
Bid/pitch Coordinator role in exciting law firm, paying up to £30,000 based in London Pitch/Bid Coordinator role in a popular, tech-focused law firm. Working closely with the Senior Pitch Manager and Pitch Executives, the Pitch Coordinator will assist on major strategic pitches, maintaining the systems and processes that highlights best practice pitch process. Specific tasks include: Supporting the pitch team on bids and tenders, assisting with the production of pitch documents; Providing insight into the clients and markets by collating research for pre-tender meetings; Assisting the project management of large strategic pitches by drafting the action plan; Collating content, supporting the delivery of the pitch process; Ensuring pitch content is continually updated and maintained in the firm’s pitch tool. The firm is offering a competitive salary and a generous benefits programme such as 25 days holiday (with the option to buy 5 extra days), cycle to work scheme, technology loan allowance, subsidised gym membership and private medical cover. To be considered for this role, the firm would like the candidate to meet the following requirements: Excellent English written skills; Strong communicative skills; Experience in the professional services sector desirable; Exposure to bids desirable. If you are interested in applying for this role, please contact Amanda at email@example.com or call her on 020 3405 6199.
London | £0
Exciting Pitch Executive position in an innovative law firm. London. Competitive Salary This innovative and technology focussed firm is seeking a Pitch Executive to join their new pitch team. This role will cover a heavy workload and will involve project managing various bespoke pitches and RFPs and working alongside the business development team to maintain the pitch content database. This will be a very rewarding role, with the opportunity have full ownership of the pitch process whilst working in a friendly team. Key Duties: Supporting with bids and tenders and project managing large scale pitches Collaborating with the BD team and fee earners to tailor pitches to client and encourage cross selling Carrying out market research and tracking industry trends in support of the pitch strategy Ensuring the pitch content database is up to date and remains on brand Tracking pitch success rates and collating continuous feedback Ideally candidates will have at least 2-3 years’ experience of business development with a heavy emphasis on bids and pitches. Experience of legal bids is essential. Successful candidates will be expected to be a self-starter and able to build relationship with stakeholders. If you’re interested in this role, please get in touch with Amanda Pearson at 020 3405 6199 or firstname.lastname@example.org
South East | £0
Competitive remunerations offered for a Senior Marketing Communications Executive within a leading practice in Surrey. Working closely with the marketing manager, the successful designer will be based in the practices office in the Richmond area and will be responsible for the development and management of content strategies across multiple marketing channels. Strong copy writing and editing skills and the ability to work autonomously will be essential. Responsibilities • Development and management of business development initiatives • Managing the advertising schedule • Delivering press stories and dealing with PR • Producing digital content for campaigns and the website • Drafting and editing content for marketing assets • Project management • Annual directory submissions • Supporting tenders, pitches and events • Monthly marketing management reports The Candidate • A marketing professional with a minimum of five years in a similar position • Technically proficient across a broad range of marketing • Solid small and large-scale project management is essential • Is educated to degree level and possesses a CIM qualification • Previous experience using Hubspot or InDesign is desirable • Demonstrates outstanding communication skills both verbal and written • Works well when under pressure to meet tight deadlines The Firm A leading practice with a network of offices across the UK, our client is a highly regarded firm with experienced and dedicated staff offering services to both business and individual clients. They pride themselves on providing expert advice and a high-quality personal service, allowing them to achieve the best possible solutions. With particular strengths in areas including property and private client, they are well placed to enjoy continued success. Benefits • Competitive salary dependent on experience • Generous holiday allowance • Contributory pension scheme • Childcare vouchers Senior Marketing Communications Executive For further details of this Senior Marketing Designer vacancy, please contact Kathleen on 01954 208062 quoting reference KC04788401. PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL (INCLUDING SPAM FOLDER) FOR CONFIRMATION YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED. Please follow our agency on LinkedIn, where we post up to date information, jobs and case studies. Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited are a recruitment agency, all vacancy descriptions are of general content and no responsibility is taken for salary or PQE differences. The salary range shown on the current advert may not have been an indication provided by the client and could be a guideline from our research team as a broad indication on salary scales in the market, dependent on experience. By applying for this position at Law Staff Legal you confirm that you have the experience, training, qualifications and any authorisation required by law or by any professional body, which the position requires and that you are willing to work in the position. By applying for this position you give Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited authorisation to submit your curriculum vitae to the hirer. If you do not wish us to make this application on your behalf please email informing Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited of such. Please note however, once an introduction has been made by Law Staff Legal Recruitment it cannot be withdrawn this and you are bound by the terms as stated here in our terms supplied on our web site. In accordance with The Conduct of Agencies and Businesses Regulations Act of 2003, Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited require all candidates applying for a position to provide via email, fax or post, a copy of photographic identity and proof of address. Please also note that all communication, including telephone calls, with Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited are recorded and monitored for training and compliance purposes. To view Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited's candidate registration terms please go to our website. As part of Law Staff Legal Recruitment Limited's candidate registration and care process, all successful applications are responded to within 7 working days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Address: Please see our website for details
London | £35000
Prestigious US law firm seeking a marketing and communications executive on an initial 12-month FTC, with a high chance of going permanent. London-based. Up to £35k. Brand new role in a well-regarded US law firm for a Communications Executive. This role has come about due to lots of exciting new campaigns and initiatives that are taking place, and they are keen to find a candidate as soon as possible to spearhead these. Despite being a 12-month FTC, candidates that excel in the position are likely to go permanent. Key responsibilities: · Writing press releases · Supporting with social media initiatives · Implementing new marketing campaigns · Writing copy for the website etc. This role will suit candidates with a strong written ability developed within professional services. Ideally candidates will have 1 to 3 years’ experience of comms, marketing and/or PR. This role will work with various Partners as well as the wider BD team, so candidates will need to demonstrate a proactive approach as well as strong commercial awareness. If you’re interested in applying for this role, get in touch with Amanda Pearson at email@example.com or call 020 3405 6199.
London | £75000
Global US based Law Firm seeking Unified Communications Enginner for their IT centre of excellence in Liverpool Street area, provididing technical leadership to global teams and reporting to the Global Unified Comunications Manager. Other responsibilities of the Unified Communications Engineer include: - Increasing service and reducing cost through evaluation of new systems and technology. - Deliver Unified Communications related projects. - Provide support leadership and act as an escelation point for other engineers and teams. - contribute to collaboration efforts between the UC team and other IT teams Key skills required: - Solid understanding of voice, video and networking principles. - Knowledge and experience of Global UC environments including Voice over IP telecommunications Infrastructure. - Experience of; Cisco UC Manager, Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco IM and Presence Service, Cisco Emergency Responder, Cisco Unified Attendant Console, Cisco Unified Contact Centre Express and other associated Cisco Products. Candidates must also demonstrate strong communication skills and have previous experience of working in a similar role in a professional services environment (legal, accountancy, insurance, finance).
London | £50000
Senior Internal Communications Executive – supporting content development focused role – leading law firm – Salary up to £50,000 – London This prestigious global law firm is looking for a Senior Internal Communications Executive to join its team. Responsible for the key elements of internal comms output, you will ensure high quality content development and keep on top of comms schedules and plans. This includes: Supporting with projects and campaigns, and taking the lead on some key projects; Influencing key stakeholders to adopt best practice internal comms; Developing content for various internal comms channels including copy, videos and visual content; Managing other aspects of the intranet, i.e. visual content; Maintaining the intranet. The firm is looking for a candidate that meets the following attributes: Experience in an internal communications role; Experience of working in a professional services/corporate environment; Strong writing and editorial skills for delivering a range of comms channels; Knowledge of internal comms tools and strategies. The firm offers an excellent array of flexible benefits and a really friendly culture with a focus on diversity, social activities and wellness. If you’re interested in applying for this role, get in touch with Frosso Miltiadou at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3405 6198.
Internal Communications Manager position at leading accountancy firm – London-based – Salary up to £55,000 A leading accountancy and financial advisory firm is looking for an Internal Communications Manager to join their team. In this role, you will be working in this top ten firm’s marketing department and will be responsible for planning and drafting a wide range of communications across professional and financial services. Your responsibilities as Internal Communications Manager will include: Communications planning, covering a variety of campaigns, projects, channels, etc.; Delivering internal comms activities through effective messaging, writing and ‘storytelling’; Supporting a multi-channel approach to managing communications; Gathering content to develop a ‘story’ to support the firm’s strategic agenda; Working with other functions to ensure the internal comms strategy is aligned and integrated with their strategy and messages. The successful candidate will be an experienced communications professional with expertise in all aspects of communications across multiple channels. Your experience will have taken place in a professional services environment such as accountancy, financial services, legal, real estate etc. You will have strong copywriting skills and experience and understanding of intranet systems such as SharePoint.
London | £80000
Head of Business Development role in sector focused international law firm. Great change management role offering amazing scope for development – salary up to £80,000 – London This rapidly growing sector-focused law firm is looking for a Head of Business Development to work with a dynamic leadership team including the BD Director to develop and drive forward the firm’s sector strategy. This would involve heading the business development team (team of six) as well as taking a lead on business development and marketing activities for the insurance/reinsurance group, including managing the insurance group’s key clients. This is a first-time appointment with excellent scope for growth and development as the firm grows. The role includes: Working with the Director of MBD and Heads of Sector to implement each group’s business strategy; Developing BD infrastructure around bids, client relationship management and BD; Working and coaching partners to be more client-focused, develop client listening techniques and working more collaboratively to refer and cross-sell work; Managing and developing the BD team, including getting the team to take a more client focused approach to BD; Working with the international BD team to ensure integration of international cross-practice BD and client activities; Managing all BD and marketing activities for the insurance/reinsurance group; Managing a number of insurance/reinsurance clients. The successful candidate will have advanced business development or client relationship management experience in a professional services environment with exposure to the legal sector. Strong management and leadership, and full mix skills are essential. You will also have the confidence to drive forward behavioural change around client relationship management. If you’re interested in applying for this role, get in touch with Frosso Miltiadou at email@example.com or call 020 3405 6198.
Europe | £600
IT Operations Manager (interim) sought by City Law Firm to be responsible for managing the delivery of all IT Operations and Services. You will head up an IT function of 15 people, including 3 team leaders, covering 1st-2nd line user support, Server and Network technical support, Applications specialists, and Training. As IT Operations manager you’ll be responsible for the day to day delivery of IT services and systems to the business. The firm are in a busy period of projects and change - you’ll help ensure a number of ongoing projects and implementations are successfully pushed over the line. This is also business-facing role, acting as the senior point of contact to the firm on operations and Service Delivery matters. Other responsibilities include: * Ensuring that the highest levels of stability and reliability are maintained * Delivering technology change and implementation projects * Ongoing development of the IT function, driving change and evolution of services and technology * Delegation of continuous improvement, BAU and project work within the team * Monitoring, managing and leading a team of support analysts & engineers responsible for Desktop, Server, Network and Cloud Services (Azure, Office 365). * Working with the team leader / line managers on the performance and activities of their teams * Ensuring contracts are in place for all systems and appropriate support, backup and capacity Skills required: * Strong cross-functional leadership experience within a similar sized IT team * Demonstrable Stakeholder management skills – able to engage and influence senior level business management * Clear understanding and experience of Continuous Service Improvement ethos * A broad technical background spanning Applications and Server/Network infrastructure would be highly desirable If you have experience managing an IT team within a Professional Services or Partnership (LLP) environment, and are available immediately, this could be the role for you.
Europe | £0
Leading Legal Services firm in the South East is seeking a Head of IT in a key role for the firm. A member of the senior management team and reporting into the Managing Partner, the role will develop and deliver the IT strategy in keeping with the firm's forward-thinking ethos, whilst being responsible for building and leading a fit-for-purpose IT function to support the firm's ambitious growth plans. Role of the Head of IT * Work with the business to continually develop an appropriate IT strategy that will deliver the change needed in the firm * Oversee the firm’s communications, IT infrastructure, development, projects, service desk, security and recovery procedures * Regularly report to the Managing Partner and make well-supported business cases for new technologies and initiatives * Introduce service orientated policies and procedures to assist in the delivery of the IT service to the firm * Mentor and coach members of the IT team in the skills they need to provide a more professional, can-do, business engaging service * Maintain an appropriate understanding of all of the firm’s IT systems and infrastructure * Keep abreast of innovations and make relevant recommendations to the board * Balance the strategic and operational needs of a Head of IT role in a firm of 250 people The ideal candidate will have experience of an IT leadership role within a professional services firm (insurance, law firm, accountants) and will be passionate about service excellence, tangible delivery and leading change. This person could be stepping up from a role in a larger firm to take on their first Head of IT position.
Buckinghamshire | £0
A highly successful boutique corporate and technology law firm in the Thames Valley is looking for an experienced practice manager to oversee all administration and compliance functions. Excellent benefits package available. Job description This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving and well respected corporate and technology law firm that continues to grow and expand its impressive client base and reputation. As Practice Manager you will be leading the administration team supporting our lawyers. You will ensure compliance with the various rules and regulations the firm is subject to, whilst taking overall responsibility for premises, risk management, suppliers, training and recruitment. Support on these areas can be available as required on a consultancy basis from our recently retired and very experienced ex- Practice Director. About the firm Moorcrofts, based in Marlow Buckinghamshire, with a serviced office in London, is a boutique law firm for entrepreneurs and small and large businesses, focussed on the tech, life-science and knowledge sectors. We specialize in corporate law, technology law, employment law and commercial property. Total headcount is 35, including 22 lawyers. We do City-style work in a fantastic location within easy distance from London, and our client base includes Global 500 companies including some of the largest technology and healthcare companies in the world. What you’ll be doing. Overall responsibility for: Ensuring a smooth flow of work within the administration team through close supervision Supporting the firm’s partners and lawyers to ensure the best possible service is provided to clients HR duties including recruitment, benefits, staff induction, training and maintaining staff handbook Data Protection, Anti-Money Laundering and SRA regulation compliance including policy and procedure documentation and risk management Leading the IT support team, prioritising tasks and projects Negotiation and relationship management with the firms’ suppliers and sub-contractors Premises management, repairs, security and health & safety Ad-hoc management responsibilities such as PI renewal, assistance with marketing and business development opportunities, staff socials and event co-ordination Role Location Thames House, Mere Park, Dedmere Road, Marlow, Bucks, SL7 1PB. An opportunity to work in a lovely market town based on the River Thames situated between Windsor and Henley. Benefits available Above local market rate salary Discretionary bonus scheme Contributory pension scheme Medical Insurance scheme Life Insurance 5 weeks holiday Company mobile phone Contact details Please send a copy of your CV to Trevor Dyer via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring him on 07889 560958 for an initial chat to see if this role is right for you. This role would be ideal for you if you meet the criteria below: Skills/Knowledge/Experience/IT Confidence: Personal Qualities: Minimum Entry Qualifications: Essential: Minimum of 4 years’ experience as a practice or senior manager within a law firm Excellent IT skills and knowledge Detailed knowledge of AML legislation, SRA regulation and data protection compliance Previous supervision experience of administration staff All round knowledge of HR legislation and procedures Management experience including complex projects Desirable: Understanding of financial performance and KPIs Presentation skills Marketing, copywriting and business development experience Essential: Excellent leadership and organizational skills Confident communicator and ability to liaise at all levels of the firm and with clients Driven individual with ability to work on own initiative Meticulous attention to detail Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality Multi-tasking ability Desirable: Strategic planner Commercial awareness An interest in the changing face of the legal profession Clear thinker who weighs up options before taking action Essential: Educated to ‘A’ Level standard Formal training in regulatory and compliance areas Desirable: Law degree or MBA
There has been an air of excitement channeling through the office as we prepare for the big move, and here we are settling into our new environment. We have only moved a few miles down the road, but it got me thinking about the grand scheme of “moving offices” and what it entails. Thinking of moving offices Changing ways of working to sync with the office move will hopefully cause fewer waves throughout the team. Moving offices certainly make room to set new working practice opportunities in place. Believe it or not, it gives your staff a boost of motivation which naturally increases productivity. If staff are happier in their environment, then they are less likely to seek alternative employment and therefore staff retention will be higher. If you are located in a suitable area and lucky enough to find a nicely refurbished or modern office building, you are more likely to attract top talent when recruiting for staff. Open plan or closed offices? Improving the use of your office space will change the dynamics of how your team works together so a new office gives you the potential to gain the wealth of a “cross-functional team”, which, in turn, will improve internal communications leading to more creativity and enhanced problem-solving. Having said that, there is an argument that too much collaboration leads to less productivity – in the last few years offices have transformed into open plan workspaces, but it has now been stated that this is not always the smartest design for an office. Recent studies have shown that people are likely to be more distracted in an open plan environment. Noisy phone calls and constant interruptions disrupt the workflow, suggesting that we’re more likely to focus better in a closed office. Plus, if you are thinking of an open plan, it is wise to note that employees are twice as likely to catch illnesses in open plan offices, then if you divide teams into separate closed offices. Hot-desking Hot-desking is when people move around an office without having a seat to call their own. This is fine as a temporary solution. It’s a known fact that we just can’t retain information as well as when you have your own work station and small disturbances can cause you to lose focus. The trend for Hot-desking is quickly fading as employees feel turfed out, undervalued and demotivated. The idea was great, but the reality is “hot-desking” means sharing dirty equipment and spreading germs like wildfire! Switching up the seating plans Moving offices provides an opportunity for switching the seating plans which can be highly constructive, especially when it’s time to break down those internal team silos. Departmental silos are seen as an increasing discomfort for many businesses so maybe a game of musical chairs would, in fact, do the company structure some good. While we are all creatures of habit and enjoy the knowledge that our seats are secure at our workplace, there is no harm for the occasional switch up and what better excuse if you’re moving offices! Reduce resistance Create a culture of ‘no surprises’ from the beginning of the project to help reduce resistance to the upcoming change and promote a positive buzz around the office move. Ensuring a stress-free transformation will make the move go a lot smoother! Do not be afraid to share photos of the new office so employees know what to expect, this gives time for the news to sink in before the move takes place. People who suffer from change or find it difficult to acclimatise to “change” will benefit from knowing what is going on, so share the process. Employees who are anxious about moving from their comfort zones will adapt better when given a sense of validation - which will also lead to a higher level of job satisfaction. Expect some resistance to the change and put in place a plan for the management team so they are able to deal with, and overcome any resentment moving forward. Things to consider How would a move hinder commute time? Will everyone you currently employ be able to travel to the new office location without creating long delays and daily disruptions? Check that public transport is available. Make sure that there is enough parking at the new location and that there are pleasant local amenities. Is there a shop or café within walking distance for lunch? Is there a kitchen and staff room to accommodate everyone’s lunch breaks? Consider the rent cost and IT/mobile coverage. With all these boxes ticked, have you made the appropriate steps to carry forward your green credentials and sustainability? Most importantly who is ordering the coffee? We are happily enjoying our new office space for now and will keep you updated with all things Law Staff from here!
“Mindfulness” seems to be the trending word at present. It pops up on our social media and is talked about regularly, but what does it actually mean? At first, I imagined doing yoga poses at my desk between coffee breaks, but in fact you don’t have to be meditating at all to appreciate the benefits of applying principles of mindfulness into your daily work life. Mindfulness is reconnecting with our bodies and all of the senses. It is taking the time to stop, notice and pay attention to the present; allowing ourselves to see the present clearly and being aware of our thoughts and feelings. Applying mindfulness into your day is the first step to being present and productive at work, using these simple techniques: Focus on the present moment. When you feel like you are getting lost in your thoughts, thinking about the past or worrying about the future, which we all do subconsciously, you need to bring your attention back to what you are facing right now and exist for the present time. Connecting with your senses can ground you and is also classified as a mindful exercise. It takes less than a minute to focus on what you feel, see, hear or do right now – concentrate on that rather than apprehending the worst outcome. Without trying to change your thoughts, good or bad, being non-judgemental towards all feelings that actually have a purpose in nature to protect us is a good step forward. Try not to judge others and let go of any resentment that you may hold toward a colleague, as it’s only detrimental to you. Acceptance is one of the biggest keys to letting go of stress – Accept that you cannot change the work load but that you can work through it and prioritise work, so that it is tackled in a more productive manner. Tolerate whatever it is that comes up and deal with it head on, accepting that others may be struggling and not judging them for what they do will help create a more relaxed working environment. Being on auto-pilot means you are not fully aware or present to see the opportunities that are available and therefore, using mindfulness techniques just reminds you to become more aware and conscious of the present time. Sometimes we need to slow down to be able to speed up by changing our responses to stress and concentrating on a single task at a time. Taking on all tasks at once is counter productive and will leave you missing out important information and not actually getting much done. Stress and anxiety affects 40% of the world. Many of us are suffering daily and if we are not directly affected, we know a colleague or family member dealing with anxiety on various levels of severity! Most of us feel stressed at some point during our working lives or week! We are living in a fast-paced working environment with huge amounts of pressures coming at us from all angles and we worry about the future, past and present! Having a mindful attitude to life is the first step to nipping anxiety and feelings of stress in the bud. Spring is officially here, if you are ready to jump into a new job get in touch with Law Staff Legal Recruitment and speak to one of our mindful consultants who will guide you through the process.
Revenue control has been by far and away the busiest area for hiring across the legal accounts function in recent years for our team, with significant change and evolution of teams across the legal sector. During 2018 we also saw a big drive from US law firms to strengthen their resources in this field, often hiring at the senior end of the market, which has had a big impact on the hiring market and created more movement between firms. We, therefore, wanted to shine a light on this thriving discipline and sought the input of over 100 revenue controllers and revenue managers from across our network of contacts to produce this report, providing valuable insight into the shared and differing experiences of those working within this niche field. A huge thank you to all of those who took the time out to contribute to the survey. We hope the findings will provide a valuable resource and be, at the very least, an interesting read for those working or managing within revenue control. See the results in the full report here.
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