Barter deals available

March 2, 2008

We are currently organising the next London Accreditation programme for 23-25 April 2008 and there is already a lot of interest which is good news! We are currently in the process of finalising venue, our normal policy being to use conference centres. However elsewhere in the world we have recently experimented with a process by which a University, Company, Government Department or whatever provides the facility in return for a number of free places. This works well and saves both us and the organisation concerned money, not to mention time spent handling authorisation processes for external course attendance.

So an offer – open until Thursday this week. If anyone out there is interested in such a deal then email and we can dicker. The need is for a room able to take up to 40 people arranged cabaret style (i.e. for small group work). Catering also needs to be available and we need to be within easy reach of London with local hotels.

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