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How coronavirus is impacting business across Coventry and Warwickshire

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Posted by Nick Abell on 12 May 2020

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Nick Abell, Chairman of Wright Hassall and Chairman of Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership discusses the impact of coronavirus and opportunities for businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire.

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Nick Abell

Chairman

In his role as Chairman, Nick ensures that everyone at Wright Hassall delivers on the promises which they make to their clients, whether that is a new client or one that the firm has acted for over a number of years.

Nick Abell

In his role as Chairman, Nick ensures that everyone at Wright Hassall delivers on the promises which they make to their clients, whether that is a new client or one that the firm has acted for over a number of years.

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