Growth is in the pruning — the topic of the 5th SMME Gameplan Webinar, and what seems to be the underlying theme of our lives at the moment. 

We walk through legal ways SMMEs can reduce their liability and hear of a global organisation’s pursuit of sustainability during COVID-19 accompanied by guests Jeremy Diedricks and Shannon Lawrence (Diedricks Attorneys Inc.), and Melissa Redlinghys (Financial Director, Eguchi Iwao South Africa). 

More On Our Guests

Diedricks Attorney’s understand that people engage an attorney within a time of crisis; consequently, they seek to treat each client and case with dignity and honour. That’s why we’re glad to have Jeremy Diedricks (CEO) and Shannon Lawrence (Senior Associate Attorney) on board to advise on the following in this time of crisis!

  • Compliance & Liability When Dealing With COVID-19
  • Lease Agreements
  • Labour Law
  • Force Majeure & Vis Major
  • Various Broad Topics

Melissa Redlinghys sits as the Financial Director of Eguchi Iwao South Africa (EISA), which is 100% owned by Eguchi Iwao Japan, a leading supplier of coatings and consumables, including services and solutions. With offices and/or affiliated companies in Europe, South America, and Asia Eguchi Iwao is truly a global enterprise — thus, making it even more imperative to ensure sustainable business practice in times of international crisis like this one.

We are excited to have Redlinghys speak from experience and insight on how SMMEs might apply the same tactics to ensure they GROW in a time where death (closure) seems to prevail.

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