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The Eligible Gambit: Game One

The Eligible Gambit: Game One

February 2, 2021
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Your move: Keeping the business agile in an ever-changing landscape.


Eligible CEO, Rameez Zafar, has pulled together his brutally honest thoughts, guidance and expertise in this new playbook series – The Eligible Gambit.

The series will focus on key macro events and factors that are on the horizon in 2021 and how to keep your “chess moves” fresh to navigate potential obstacles.

Kicking off the series is Game One: the stamp duty holiday.


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