Webinar registration

Lewis Shand Smith, acting Chair; Samantha Barrass, Chief Executive; and Alexandra Marks, Chief Adjudicator, are hosting a webinar series to talk about how the BBRS will work and to answer any questions.

The events introduce the BBRS and its leadership team to businesses and stakeholders and let people know about our aims, our progress to date, and our approach to resolving disputes.

The webinars will also be an ideal opportunity to ask the BBRS team questions as part of a live Q&A.

You can register for the events using the link below. Please do not worry if you are unable to attend any of the webinars as a transcript and a recording will be made available on our website.

The first of these webinars took place on the 28th May. A transcript of this session is available here.

The dates of the remaining webinars are:

Each event will begin at 4:00pm and finish at 5:30pm. If you wish to attend one of the webinars, please fill in your details here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email and a subsequent reminder email with a link you can use to join the webinar. Please remember to check your junk email folder as some email filters may block this email from your inbox.

If you need assistance registering for the webinars, please contact us on hello@bbrs.com.

Any personal data you submit to us when registering or participating in a webinar will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Webinar transcripts, audio and video files

To read the transcript of our first webinar please click here.

Technical advice

It is not unusual for webinar participants to experience difficulties with the quality of the video or audio streams. We are working to ensure our chosen platform is as robust as it can be.

However, if you do experience connection issues, there are a few things you can do:

  1. Refresh the page or try loading from a different browser, we recommend using Google Chrome, but it’s not essential.
  2. Try loading the webinar from the browser on a mobile device (such as a smartphone) – these devices tend to use up less bandwidth.
  3. Ensure other connected devices in the household are switched off or not consuming bandwith.