|Date & Time: 26/04/2018 7:15 pm|
|Place: Mercure Abbots Well Hotel, Chester|
Moneypenny founder Rachel Clacher to speak at Club Dinner
The Wrexham-based Moneypenny company is the UK’s biggest call-answering service. Chances are you will have spoken to a Moneypenny PA without even realising it.
They handle millions of calls and live chat messages for 10,000 UK-based businesses – ranging from Mitsubishi Motors and the British Veterinary Association to ‘magic circle’ law firms, Instagram ‘influencers’ and the Canal & River Trust.
Rachel Clacher set up the Moneypenny with her brother Ed Reeves in 2000, and she has based the company’s recruitment strategy on ‘attitude rather than aptitude’.
Coupled with forward-thinking offices and working conditions to rival those of Google and Twitter, it has made Moneypenny one of the UK’s top-five companies to work for.
It is one of the sought-after employers in the area with a staff absentee rate that is 28 per cent lower than the national average.
Rachel has also set up an employment and life skills charity called Mind The Gap through which she helps ‘under-served young girls in the Wrexham area obtain a better start in life and work’.
To mark Rachel’s visit to speak to the Club, CBC will be making a donation to this charity.
When, where & dress code
• Thursday 26th April 2018
• Mercure Abbots Well Hotel, Chester
• Arrival Drink Reception from 7.15pm – Dinner at 7.45pm
• Dress: Black Tie
Image of Rachel Clacher courtesy of Boma Camp