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October 14, 2019

Mark your Calendar: CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition 2019

We’re excited to return to the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition (ACE) at Manchester Central on 6-7 November 2019.

The Moorepay team are looking forward to exhibiting once again at the UK’s biggest HR event. The most anticipated event of the year brings together thousands of HR and people professionals for two action-packed days of learning and networking opportunities. Taking place at Manchester Central, there’s something for everyone, from 180+ exhibitors, 38 conference sessions, 100+ speakers to 70+ free learning sessions.

Come and say hello to our friendly team

At the free-to-attend exhibition, you’ll find the Moorepay team at stand B10 showcasing our latest payroll and HR software. Our friendly team will be waiting to hear how your current payroll and HR systems are working for you, and they’ll be on hand to demonstrate our latest software and answer any of your questions. You may even leave with some goodies too!

Join our free learning session

CIPP’s Future of Payroll Report 2019 shows that 42.02% of their survey respondents feel ‘a lack of data insight’ is a top issue they face with technology. If you feel the same, join Ant Brassington, Moorepay’s Director of Product Strategy & Engineering, at the Technology & Innovation Arena between 12.30-13.00 on Thursday 7th November. He’s hosting a free 30-minute presentation on “Understanding the importance of analytics in payroll and HR”. Don’t miss out!

How to book

If you’d like to pre-book a demonstration with one of our team members, get in touch here by completing a quick form. Or simply stop by stand B10 and we’ll look forward to seeing you there!

To sign up for the free exhibition or to book your conference pass, visit the CIPD’s Annual Conference and Exhibition website.

 

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