Limited spaces remain to book a free place on Thursday's webinar featuring industry leader Mark Mallinder

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Last week, we announced the introduction of a new series of invaluable webinars tackling the pressing issue of reengineering and transforming your business to help you adapt to this crisis period.

And there's still time to book a free place onto tomorrow's webinar - the first in the series - which kicks off at 11am and is hosted by the former MD of Hangar Seven, Mark Mallinder, who currently works as non-exec director at a number of growing marketing services companies.

Mallinder's webinar is titled 'Companies create their own problems - address these and unlock your company's potential', and will cover the ways in which companies might work on the challenges they face and boost their chances of success.

Mark has extensive experience managing successful companies, having worked as Head of Marketing at DFS before moving to Hangar Seven, where he oversaw its growth and eventual sale to The Hut Group for a seven-figure sum.

He can share his expert insights into managing an organisation at challenging times, and tomorrow will be sharing how by looking at people, processes, culture and behaviours, business leaders can make key changes that will lead to unlocking their maximum potential.

You can register for one or more webinar right here - or sign up to the whole webinar series, which is set to comprise three sessions in total. As well as Mallinder's talk on companies solving their own problems, the other already announced features Tony Rafferty, former CEO of Printing.com, speaking about 'Reappraising your operations'.

Originally planned for April 28th, Rafferty's webinar session will take place now at 11am on Tuesday May 12th, having been postponed.

Attendees at all webinars will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers and also participate in private conversations with their peers about the subjects in question.

Prolific North has hosted two successful webinars since the introduction of lockdown last month. The first was about handling your PR in the middle of the pandemic, and the second was about focusing your marketing budget during a crisis like this.