WFTV offers online legal, financial and well-being guidance

By April 2, 2020Training

Following the Women in Film & Television (UK)’s members’ survey  last week, they discovered that at the moment, two key areas of  interest were financial advice and well-being. WFTV therefore highlighted in their jam-packed April schedule the events which cover these subjects. They’ve also included two legal 1-2-1 consultation sessions as there are also likely to be issues and questions arising which would benefit from expert advice.

WFTV FINANCE

Monday 6 April | 16:00 – 16:45

Val Cazalet, Mike Hayes, Nicola Horton and Richard Cummings from Moore Kingston Smith will talk through the government’s support package. They will explain exactly what is covered and what is not, how to claim, and the information that the HMRC will require when making that claim.

If you’d like a more focused session to ask about the government relief funds or more general finance questions, then sign up for a private 1-2-1 with an expert. Various dates – please see below:
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WFTV LEGAL

If you’d like a more focused session to ask personal or business questions then sign up for a private 1-2-1 with an expert.

Tuesday 7 April | 10:00-13:30
Sara Griffiths Loosemores will be able to offer expert advice on contractual aspects of development, production and distribution, app development and chain of title and clearances.

Tuesday 21 April | 10:00-12:00

Hayley Brady, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP will be able to offer advice content creation, acquisition, aggregation and distribution, along with the adjacencies (including advertising and technology) that sit alongside the content value chain.

WFTV WELLBEING

Thursday 9 April | 18:00 – 19:15

Nina Joshi Ramsey, Writer and Coach, will give an overview about our stress response and the importance of managing stress. She will lead a practical paper exercise and close with a guided relaxation technique that can be used regularly to release stress and tension.

Wednesday 22 April | 18:00 – 19:00

Sue Belton, Life and Executive Coach, will explain what values are, why they’re important, and how to identify your own. Sue will then help us set and commit to a short-term goal which will keep you honoring your values and focusing on what’s really important to you.  By reflecting and resetting, we can clarify our values and guide ourselves through an unpredictable period.

Wednesday 22 April | 18:00 – 19:45

Tracy Forsyth, Executive Coach and Yoga Teacher, will be taking us through a practical session which will arm us with yoga stretches and breathing techniques designed to help us stay comfortable and focused in our new home working environments.

Source: Women in Film & Television (UK)

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