Institute Diary

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Institute Diary


January

CENTRAL LONDON
AND NORTH THAMES

16 January
Career profile (RPE)
evening
Time: 6.30 for 7pm
Venue: School of Finance
& Management, Worthy Down
Branch: Central Government
Contact: Major Simon Parkes,
tel: 01276412670 (day),
01276675369 (evening),
or e-mail: SKParkes@aol.com

23 January
Secret of success how to achieve
your full potential
Speaker: from Communications
in Action UK
Time: 6 for 6.30pm
Venue: CIMA, 26Chapter Street
London SW1P 4NP
Branch: Central London
Contact: Louise Taylor,
tel: 020 7528 6881 ,or e-mail:
louise.taylor@lgim.co.uk

24 January
Intellectual capital
Speaker: C R Lewis,
managing director, Illumine
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Royal Chase Hotel,
Enfield, London
Branch: North London
Contact: Brian Piggott,
tel: 020 8440 4291

7 February
Student support
activities
Speaker: Julia Brown, student
support manager, CIMA
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Royal Chase Hotel,
Enfield, London
Branch: North London
Contact: Brian Piggott
(as above)

11 February
President's evening
Speaker: Bruce Epsley,
CIMA president
Time: 6.30 for 7pm
Venue: RAF Club, 128 Piccadilly,
London W1
Branch: Central Government
Contact: Major Simon Parkes,
(as above)

CENTRAL SOUTHERN
ENGLAND

15 January
The balanced scorecard
(Biz. Net event)
Speaker: Gary Ashworth,
Knowledge Capita.com
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: The Apollo Ringway,
Basingstoke
Cost: 15 [pounds sterling] (inc VAT)
Contact: CIMA c/o The
Conference People, Lismore
House, 14 Lismore Road,
Eastbourne, East Sussex
BN21 3AT, tel:01323 732843,
fax: 01323 736768, or e-mail:
cima@confpeople.co.uk

16 January
Less can mean more:
British Airways'
commercial strategy
Speaker: Chris Ferguson,
finance manager, BA Cargo (UK)
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Henley Management
College, Henley-on-Thames
Branch: Berkshire--joint
event with Institute of
Chartered Secretaries
Contact: Jennie Brewin,
network support officer,
tel: 01488 681884,
fax: 01488 684731, or e-mail:
jennie.brewin@cimaglobal.com

22 January
Intellectual capital
(Biz. Net event)
Speaker: Tim Hoad,
IntangAbility
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Hawkwell House, Iffley
Village, Oxford
Cost:  15 [pounds sterling] (inc VAT)
Contact: CIMA c/o The
Conference People (as above)

29 January
Activity-based
management
Speaker: Margaret May,
MAP (Management
Accountants in Practice)
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Runnymede
Hotel, Egham
Branch: West Surrey
Contact: Jennie Brewin, network
support officer (as above)

6 February
Internet v high
street banking
Speaker: David Eldred,
National Westminster Bank
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Holiday Inn,
Farnborough
Branch: Basingstoke & North
Hampshire
Contact: Jennie Brewin,
networksupport officer
(as above)

12 February
The role of the finance
director--Q & A forum
Speaker: Professor
Maurice Lalley
Time: 7 for 7.30pm
Venue: Holiday Inn, Eastleigh
Branch: Hampshire
Contact: Jennie Brewin, network
support officer (as above)

EASTMIDLANDS

22 January
Accounting standards
update
Speaker: Charles Gubbins,
managing director, Practical
Training Division ATC (Eastern)
Time: 5.30 for 6pm
Venue: ATC (Eastern), County
Hotel, Copdock, Ipswich
Branch: East Anglian
Contact: Reg Wood, tel: 01487
834079 (home), 02072188273
(work), or e-mail: cima-eastanglia
@dial.pipex.com

24 January
E-commerce
(Biz.Net event)
Speaker: Tom Stephenson,
Tuskerdirect
Time: 4 for 4.30pm
Venue: Holiday Inn
Cambridge, Impington
Cost: 15 [pounds sterling] (inc VAT)
Contact: CIMA c/o The
Conference People
(as above)

24 January
Accountants'
recruitment website
demonstration
Speaker: from Hays
Accountancy Personnel
Time: 6.30 for 7pm
Venue: Holiday Inn,
Ipswich Road, Norwich
Branch: East Anglian
Contact: Reg Wood (as above)

2 February
RPE/Career profile
workshop
Time: 9.45 for 10am
Venue: The Moat House Hotel,
Bar Hill, Cambridge
Branch: Beds & Luton
Contact: Charlotte Johnson,
tel: 019547801135, or e-mail:
cejohnson@btinternet. … 

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