17 June

HighQ annual client forum

Jim Runsten of Synch has been invited to speak at the HighQ Annual Client Forum, taking place on 17th June 2015 in London. Jim who is one of the founders of Synch and an experienced IT lawyer, envisioned a legal services concept that goes beyond what is considered full service today.

The digital services WeSynch, which has recently been recognized in a case study, is one of four key business areas offered to Synch’s clients.

Jim will discuss his experience in selling digital services and his thoughts on what future legal services will look like. For more information about WeSynch, please click here and for further information regarding the HighQ Annual Client Forum, please click here.

 

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