Have you booked your place on 2018 Havering Education Traded Services Conference?
Dear Headteacher, Business Manager/Finance Lead,
Our 2018 Traded Services Conference is fast approaching on Thursday 22nd February at CEME. If you haven’t already done so, please remember to book your free place and colleagues place via the bookings webpage www.mondale-events.co.uk/event/18eless
Please contact Gordon Lamond at MONDALE EVENTS on 01635 886555, 01635 777001 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help with registration.
We have lined up high calibre speakers and workshop presenters to make the day worthwhile for you plus exhibition stands, giveaways and a prize draw. Breakfast rolls, lunch and refreshments are provided throughout the day. Please see the attached flyer for full details.
I look forward to your booking and welcoming you at the conference.
Head of Education Traded Services
HES - Brand change
Further to my recent communication, you may recall that over the past twelve months or so, Havering Education Traded Services has been undergoing a review and redesign with a view to future proofing our business and to maximise our trading opportunities both in Havering and beyond. To this end, we have now changed our brand identity to ensure that our work is not perceived to be restrictive in its geographical reach by our audiences.
From today (2nd February 2018), we will be adopting a new trade mark (logo) and web address (url) to represent Havering Education Services (Please see the above banner).
Thank you for your continued support for our work.
We've changed our email address
We are delighted to announce that our new brand name and Portal web address www.HES.org.uk have been successfully activated. If you already have our old web address stored in your web browser’s favourites folder, this should be automatically redirected to our new web address.
Our new email address
Please be informed that our group response contact email address has changed to email@example.com
If you do not receive our emails as from 2nd Feb 2018, please check your ‘junk email’ folder and add us to your contacts.
Pronouncing our new ‘HES’ brand name
Please note that the new brand name ‘HES’ should be pronounced as one word rather than each letter being pronounced singly or separately. Phonetically, it is suggested that you should pronounce the name as ‘HES’ with the ‘e’ and ‘s’ sounding like that in ‘Yes’.