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March 2017

Prime staff conference highlights 2017

This month saw Prime host its annual staff conference at the Heart of England Centre in Meriden. The staff conference brings together all employees from across the Prime group for an informative and rewarding event.

As Prime recently celebrated 10 years in business, this year’s conference looked back on the last 10 years and the milestones which have shaped Prime into the business it is today.

The first half of the 2017 staff conference covered a variety of areas such as significant milestones for Prime in the past 10 years, information on the career journeys of the firm's 8 directors, a review of business performance and future plans and progression opportunities open to staff.

The second half of the conference featured a Q&A session with Directors which presented staff with the opportunity to anonymously ask directors anything which they would like to know.

The conference ended on a high with the presentation of ‘The Prime Long Service Awards’ which were awarded to members of staff who had been with Prime or a practice we have acquired continually for more than 10 years.

Jamie Skelding, Prime Director, comments on the long service award below:

“As Prime recently celebrated turning 10 years old, we felt it was extremely important that we recognised the hard work and commitment shown by staff who had stayed with us over the last 10 years and helped to shape our success.”

“As a professional services business, our people are our most valuable asset. The progression of our staff is a key factor in our plans for growth and we firmly believe that our committed and highly qualified team is one of Primes biggest differentiators. In order to ensure staff can achieve their potential we have put in place various career development programmes and encourage staff of all levels to utilise them to progress within the business.”

“This year saw 13 members of staff receive long service awards and we look forward to presenting more awards over the coming years.”

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