Do you want to be a more effective collaborator? Join us at our exclusive event

Mark your diaries now - our collaboration & communications event is back for a second year. Don't risk missing out on a place...

Following on from our very successful inaugural Collaboration & Communication event last year, we're pleased to announce the details for this year's event. 

With a fantastic line-up of speakers already booked in (and more to come if we can squeeze them in!), this year's event proves to be even bigger and better than last year's. 

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When: 7th July 2016

Where: The Mermaid Puddle Dock, Blackfriars, London, EC4V 3DB

Who's speaking?

We have a great line up of individual speakers and panel sessions designed to take you on a journey through key collaborative solutions and how you go about not just selecting them but implementing and maintaining them. 

We'll also have some industry analyst insight into the state of the market as well as real-world case studies who will share their stories with delegates. 

Of course, the event will be interactive too, with many opportunities to ask questions of speakers and network with your peers who may well have been through the same challenges you face and come out the other side. 

In essence, Collaborate 2016 will highlight where we are with current collaboration options, providing practical guidance to a framework of collaboration adoption and illustrate how the cloud is powering this revolution

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It will highlight the business benefits of effective collaboration, because small or large, your business needs to collaborate effectively. So if you are an IT or business leader you should attend this event because it will absolutely educate and empower you.

For more information and details as to how you can secure your place on what promises to be a very in-demand event, visit our dedicated website



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