IEMA conference 2011 - save the date
Environment professionals should keep mid-November free to ensure that they have no commitments that will clash with the date of the IEMA conference 2011.
Following the success of the Environment and Business conference last year, the November 2011 event will again be held in London.
The two-day conference will take place on 15–16 November at Savoy Place in central London and will feature a powerful line-up of speakers, workshops and exhibitors that will each contribute to the development of environmental skills, knowledge and thought leadership.
The theme, content and new features of this year’s conference will be announced in future issues of the environmentalist but details of the venue and other preliminary details can be found on the IEMA website.
Members will be contacted over the coming weeks with more details about the theme of the conference, the early-bird booking
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