Breakfast briefing

CRN On: Banking and Finance

A second in our series of mini-events looking at vertical sectors

Following the success of our CRN On Healthcare briefing earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the next in our series.

CRN On banking and finance will give resellers the opportunity to speak to industry specialists and end users from the banking and finance industry to find out what can be expected from the sector for the remainder of 2012 and more importantly, what is planned for 2013.

Attendance is free for resellers. To see footage of our previous event, click here.

To register, click here.

Date: Thursday 22 November 2012
Venue: Incisive Media Offices, Broadwick Street, London
Organisation: CRN
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