Virtual Board Meetings by 618 Bees

Virtual Board Meetings by 618 Bees

July 01, 2020

To commemorate our 2 years in business, one of the new products we are introducing is called ” Virtual Board Meetings by 618 Bees” with the following features;

  1. Sending our meetings Notices.
  2. Creating and updating Board Agenda in co-ordination with the company’s CEO.
  3. Planning, organising and coordinating the virtual session.
  4. Preparing the minutes of the meeting.
  5. Subscribers get a 10% discount if they book up to 4 board meetings within a year with us.
  6. Cost of one meeting is N45, 650 (Forty Five Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty Naira Only)

Considering the effect of the coronavirus on businesses worldwide, running remote board meetings seems like a necessary evil. But a move in this direction is a sure way to bring long term value to any company.

Properly organised virtual board meetings which is our goal, will present a great opportunity for companies to break some unhelpful habits and rituals in the boardroom, and run more focused and productive meetings which will, in turn make leadership and board more focused and productive.

Some benefits of going virtual with your board meetings includes;

  1. Saving travel time. Participants can attend these meetings no matter their location.
  2. it is more cost effective; this is because, there is no need to get a venue or other arrangements in place for the board meeting as is usually required.
  3. It allows connection from anywhere in the world.

We will be giving out more information about the above package in the coming days.

Team 618 Bees

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