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It's sort of embarassing

By davebirch posted Nov 9 2006 at 10:01 AM

[Dave Birch] I probably shouldn't do this, but I have had such nice e-mails from people who attended to the Forum last week that I wanted to post a few quotes here as a way of saying thank you to everyone who came along and made it what it was: a place for genuine discussion, debate and learning.  And thanks again to Fujitsu, ACI Worldwide, CoreStreet and Royal Mail for getting behind the event: we couldn't have done it without them.

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"...an exceptionally good conference this week. Once again the quality of the speakers, the audience and the debate (and the food!) was fantastic." "...very stimulating conference yesterday and today – the formal content and the networking were excellent." "... a great day as usual." "... Just a thank you for arranging such a useful conference last week. As usual, some of the key benefits were the networking opportunities which are facilitated by such a wide-ranging programme."


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