EW COVID-19 Update Webinar: The July Update

Last week we hosted our 4th successful COVID-19 update webinar and even though we kept many of our attendees online for three and a half hours, we hope it was well worth it.

Another insightful session, packed with invaluable insights and great points of discussion. Like always, we stand by our Travel Industry clients and friends and try to help as much as we can when it comes to giving advice on tax, furlough, business growth & audit.

We’d like to thank all of our speakers for their continuous support and valuable input, as well as our attendees for constantly showing-up up on our Zoom calls and actively contributing to a wonderful and supportive community of Travel Industry Professionals.

With special thanks to our guests Simon Calder – broadcasting live whilst moving across Northern Ireland and George Morgan-Grenville whose comments and observations from the Quash Quarantine campaign were widely reported…

Thanks also to:

John De Vial – ABTA

Joss Croft – UKInbound

Clive Wratten – BTA

And

Mark Supperstone – ReSolve

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson – DMH Stallard

Joanna Kolatsis – Themis Advisory

Samantha Bradbury – ABTOT

Daniel Landen – Protected Trust Services

for all of their contributions as well as The Elman Wall & Summit Advisory Team:

Ian Palmer – Audit Director

Yasin Khandwalla – Audit Director

Russell Eisen -Tax Director

Laura Chipp – Head of VAT and TOMS

Deborah Potts – Director, Summit Advisory – Business Growth and Travel M&A

Claire Steiner- EWHR – employment and HR support

If you’d like to read more about what has been discussed and issues raised, please give the below articles a read

TRADE COULD FACE ‘RELUCTANT’ CLIENTS DESPITE QUARANTINE EASING

TRAVEL NEEDS ‘ONE VOICE’ TO TAKE ON GOVERNMENT

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS HIT BACK AT CRITICISM OVER QUARANTINE

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