BSIA: Information Destruction Exhibition and Conference
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Title: British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Information Destruction Exhibition and Conference
Date: Wednesday, 30th of May 2012
Location: National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, West Midlands B92 0EJ
More information: This one-day event is targeted at professionals operating in the information destruction industry, and aims at keeping delegates updated on recent developments in their sector, providing an opportunity to network with fellow professionals, whilst offering access to an informative exhibition and a comprehensive conference programme.
How to book: For more information or to book a space, visit http://bsia.co.uk/events/O58N94261151 Early bird delegate rates apply until the 29th of February!
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