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Nanny Agencies descended from all parts of the UK to Hatfield on Saturday to the first dedicated Nanny Agency Conference hosted by ANA (The Association of Nanny Agencies). 
Delegates heard from speakers from the Daycare Trust, the national childcare charity which has been working since November 1986 to promote high quality affordable childcare for all; Is Resource Management, Human Resource and Employment Law specialists committed to the skilled provision of sector specific human resource management; Nannytax, the recognised market leader in nanny employment, and with more than 15 years in the industry;  Morton Michel, the market leader in Childcare Insurance and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) who campaigns on behalf of and promotes and protects the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms.  
Angela Spencer, Chair person of ANA said “It was a delight to see so many nanny agencies represented at our conference and we gained a number of new members.  ANA member agencies are required to work within a strict Code of Professional Conduct and to meet so many like minded people is encouraging for the sector and strengthens the negotiating arm of ANA.  We are dedicated to raising the professional profile of our members and, in doing so, offer the best possible support to nannies and their employers.  ANA’s aim is that ANA member agencies become the agencies of choice for working parents.  
Delegates heard from high profile professional speakers relevant to the sector and were able to participate and contribute to lively debate. 
ANA members learned also of new member benefits including the free advice and support available from Is:Hr, the specialist Human Resource provider for education, childcare and the early years, on all matters relating to employment law, guidance and policies of best practice”.
For ANA membership queries, please contact: or on 01932 852299 
For the Daycare Trust, please see 
For Is:Hr, please see 
For Nannytax please see 
For Morton Michel please see 
For FSB please see

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