Brunch Bytes: 'Informative and Stimulating'
Our ongoing Brunch Bytes briefings are proving very popular. Spaces are still available for some of the events, with more currently being arranged for next year.
This series of free briefings is designed so that companies can pick 'n' mix the topics to suit their business. Priority will be given to companies signing up to 3 or more workshops.
InfoLab21 Project and Events Coordinator, Carolyn Hayes said,
"The Xbox Kinect Technology briefings are extremely relevant at the moment as developers are adapting it to new uses."
Comments from the first topic "Get Ahead With Mobile Contactless Technology" with InfoLab21's Dr Reuben Edwards included:
- "The event presenter is extremely knowledgeable and the topic is very relevant to today's society" Sue Denver, Business Link NW.
- "I found the event both very informative and stimulating" Anon.
- "Very interesting thought provoking.
- Impressed with the up-to-the-minute content" Anon.
- "I found the subject stimulating and well presented" Anon.
For more information please contact Carolyn at email@example.com or go to the link below.
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