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Robert.Jervis_43227 Aug 31

VARTAN Consultancy launches Compliance Expertise Podcast series

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Demystifies the complexities surrounding compliance and risk management
Compliance specialists VARTAN Consultancy has launched the company’s The Compliance Experts Podcast series. Hosted by company Founder and Managing Director Miles Vartan, the series aims to demystify all aspects of compliance and make sense of legislation through discussion.
 
In the first episode, Miles offers a snapshot of what he and his expert guests will bring to this honest and straight-talking podcast series. He says:

“We will be inviting experts to join the conversation and help iron out the confusion of compliance. As well as to dive into the legislative aspects that companies need to be cognisant of and develop ideas and tangible solutions to help us all manage the jungle of compliance and risk management.”
 
Dynamic in its approach, the monthly podcast series will also tackle the latest news and hot topics as they unfold.  Miles continues:

“The podcasts will be 45 minutes in length – long enough to benefit from the information imparted and short enough to create interest. In the first edition, I catch up with Neil Bird, our senior consultant and import and export expert here at VARTAN, to discuss the changes in legislation around Brexit’s import and export laws and their subsequent impact on businesses.”
 
Guests in the second and third editions of The Compliance Expert Podcast, which are available to listen to VARTAN’s website, include Jon Swallow, director of freight specialist Jordon (and authoritative Brexit industry commentator) and Laura Thomas, legal and QHSE director of Jackson Civil Engineering. She talks about the challenges of returning to the workplace, employee wellbeing, and adapting to the new environment. 
 
The Compliance Experts Podcast is available to listen to now on podcast directories and via vartanconsultancy.com
 
Miles adds:

“This is an exciting new venture for us here at VARTAN, and its success relies on people getting in touch and being involved. We are always looking at improving our positioning in the marketplace and making our knowledge more accessible. A conversation with Susanna Hornby of Suffolk-based podtalk.co.uk led to our first three podcasts being published on our website, Spotify, Amazon Music and Apple Podcasts, and we’re looking forward to working with her and the team on future editions.”