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Presentations that Make A Difference - Melbourne bookings now closed

Monday 18 August 2008

Bookings for the August 21st James Freemantle's workshop 'Presentations That Make a Difference' are now closed. Due to demand we have opened two new dates in Melbourne - you can pick from Thursday the 2nd of October or Friday the 3rd of October - 'strictly first in, best dressed'. We're also delighted to have secured James for two additional sessions for our Sydney based audience

with the Sydney dates for you to choose from being Tuesday the 28th of October or Wednesday the 29th of October. You can download a brochure here, and for those wanting to learn more about james Freemantle, you can go straight to his website

If you have any questions you can of course contact us at any time on 03 9445 0289 or via email


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