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Professional Practices and Covid-19: a PPA discussion

We were delighted to join a Professional Practices Alliance Zoominar on 24 April, at which attendees discussed what professional practices firms would need to do to survive the current Covid-19 pandemic and the turbulent period that looks set to follow.

Please click below for a note summarising the key takeaways from the session and contact Corinne Staves if you would like to discuss anything raised in more detail.

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