Client blog officially launched

Transform is delighted to announce that the first Client-led Blog has officially been published. Attendees of the Client Forum are encouraged to raise topics for discussion that are relevant to them and others. One member in particular regularly brings information to the group which is always well researched and relevant to most of the clients across Transform.

There was a discussion about how best to get this information out to clients, so after teaming up with George in the Comms team, the Guildford Blogger was born!

The Guildford Blogger (GB) is a Transform client who lives in Guildford. GB has a diverse background but most notably they worked in marketing for many years and also have a business degree.

GB works on the basis that if something is worrying them or might be an issue for them in the future, then it is likely to be worrying other clients too. So they like to research information about topics that might be of use.

“Modern life can be quite complicated, so I look for things that can make life easier and better. In my blogs I share the benefit of my research. I will be looking into useful topics such as making the best use of money, technology, legal stuff, and different aspects of health etc.

“Lots of interesting subjects, and a few that are a bit boring but hopefully very useful to people, which I will try to make more exciting! I look forward to writing for you and making life more successful for you!”

Following the success of the Guildford Blogger, the Farnham Blogger has now been brought into the fold as well as the Reading Blogger!

Look out for the next topics which will include Dental Hygiene, Lasting Power of Attorney and Voting!

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