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Change email culture - a proven solution

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"A Microsoft survey has shown Managers spend 5.6 hours per week in meetings. However 69% people surveyed felt this time was not productive!"

Save time with email productivity training

For 17 years Emailogic have been offering a short award-winning email productivity training session which changes the culture of email use within organisations.

Our customers include: John Lewis plc, HSBC, Hanson, Live Nation Ticketmaster, Citrix, Hitachi, Mercedes AMG F1, Pitney Bowes and Toyota amongst many others.

The UK's top wine distributor recognised this as a problem and knew that they could improve the culture of email use.

All staff attended Emailogic training session and as a results:
Cut inboxes by -24.5%
Checking emails reduced by -52% per day
Saved -24 mins on email per person every day 


They are also now using the phone more, having more face to face conversations and experiencing less stress.

Are you beginning to see how this would be of benefit in your organisation?

If you are decision maker and budget holder for training in your organisation, you can take part in an exclusive preview webinar.

You will improve your own personal email use and also experience how Emailogic training will benefit others in your organisation.

Exclusive live preview events
Thursday 11th August      10.00am - 11.00am
Wednesday 24th August  10.00am - 11.00am
Tuesday 6th September   10.00am - 11.00am

To attend a free webinar where you will see the Emailogic course for yourself call us now on +44 (0)1452 886 556 or fill in the form below.

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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“We have tried changing staff use of email by sending out written communications - with little impact. It is clear, now we are working with Emailogic, that training is needed to unlock these engrained email behaviours.” Ajun Budda, HR Director Fellowes