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Professional Conferences for Surveyors 2011

Last year we were involved as sponsors of the Professional Conferences series of events. The events provide Chartered Surveyors a route to gaining more knowledge on the industry and catching up with the latest trends in the market. All of this contributing to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.

We felt that as we have such strong links with the profession through Surveyors using our software solutions we should be involved as sponsors. We are delighted to be involved this year again, with the new series starting in Manchester next week and this year we are delivering some different content in our sponsors address.

John Cuppello our CEO will be tackling the subject of obvious problems in businesses, and how we all seem to avoid these and work around them. John will highlight that our solutions are here to help tackle these directly. For those that have seen John’s presentation visit this link to see the video referred to.
http://www.youtube.com/user/qubeglobalsoftware#p/a/f/0/vJG698U2Mvo

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