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The Iam Is 100 Years Old This November!

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The Iam Is 100 Years Old This November!

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From its humble beginning as a series of meetings between professionals at the London School of Economics during the First World War to its subsequent growth across the globe, the IAM has enjoyed a fantastic history. To celebrate we are inviting members past and present to join us in raising a glass at the stunning botanical gardens in Birmingham.

The event is not to be missed and we have an exciting programme lined up which will run from 11:30 to 16:30 on Friday 27 th November.

From sparkling drinks upon arrival to a delicious three course meal prepared by award winning caterers Ampersand, the event is sure to be a fantastic occasion for all involved. Members will have the chance to see 'IAM through the ages' in an exhibition displaying some of our fascinating history as well as to hear recollections from members past and present. We have a great range of speakers lined up too that are sure to keep everyone entertained and IAM CPD certificates will be available for all attendees.

All delegates will also enjoy free access to the gardens and there is the opportunity for members to embark on a guided tour with one of the venue's trained horticulturalists. There will also be the chance to network with other members and sector professionals both before and after the event and, for those more interested in shopping, Birmingham's famous Bullring arcade is just a short distance away giving a great opportunity for some pre-Christmas bargains!

We will be taking the opportunity to look back at some of the many pivotal changes to the office environment that the Institute has witnessed in its time, from the introduction of standardised accounting and management procedures to the invention of and proliferation of computers. …

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