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CRN Business Club 2012 - Fourth meeting

Save the date: The fourth and final meeting of the year takes place on 6 December

CRN's fourth and final Business Club meeting of the year promises to be a good one.

And Christmas will be just around the corner!

We are pleased to welcome futurologist with a difference Ian Pearson as our guest speaker.

If you have ever wondered what smart dust is, this is your chance to find out.

We look forward to seeing you there for an evening of networking, fun, fine dining, great wine and bizarre predictions for the future.

To find out more click here.

 

Date: Thursday 06 December 2012
Venue: Home House, London
Website: www.channelweb.co.uk
Organisation: CRN
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