“Email volume is set to increase for the next 4 years according to research by Radicati Group March 2018

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Emailogic have extensive experience of working in the Education sector to improve staff productivity around email. 


Our vast client list includes:  Anglia Ruskin University, Cass Business School, Castle College, Cheltenham Ladies College, University of Chichester, Coventry University, Croydon College, Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College, Henley College Coventry, College of Law, Loughborough University & School of Oriental & African Studies.

If you are the ultimate decision maker and budget holder for training services - and are looking to transform the way your staff use email - you will qualify to join an exclusive complimentary preview of the full Emailogic training via a webinar event.

You will see how Emailogic Email Etiquette training will help your staff:
- reduce excessive cc-ing
- save 31 minutes every day
- improve the clarity of their communication

During the web-based presentation you will:
- experience content from the email etiquette training course
- see recent results in a client case study
- benefit from special discounts

Forthcoming Productivity Webinars

Wednesday 20th July   10.00am - 11.00am
Thursday 11th August   10.00am - 11.00am
Wednesday 24th August 10.00am - 11.00am

Please note : Places are limited and for the ultimate decision makers and budget holders for training services only. Emailogic reserve the right to refuse access to the webinar for those people who do not fulfil the qualification criteria.

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“In these tougher economic times it is critical for successful organisations to optimise the productivity of their people, and L&D managers continually need to find new ways and ideas for delivering this cost-effectively." Peter Chevis, Director, Priority