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Skills get set

Legend Business, which is part of the independent Legend Times Group, is looking for new authors to contribute to its Legend Smart Skills series.

The series has been very successful, and Legend MD Tom Chalmers now wants to extend its range. He is particularly interested in authors who can reflect the importance of social media, technology and a new generation of content creation on their subject area.

‘We have revisited the plan for our Smart Skills series and want to work even closer with a range of influencers and experts in their fields to help educate, inform and entertain readers on new developments as and when they happen,’ said Tom. ‘The technological revolution is constantly changing and driving the way we live and work. As a forward-thinking publisher, we want to be at the forefront of providing relevant and timely content to educate people and help them maximise any available opportunities to increase their skill-sets.’

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