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Successful Practice Management

Maximising efficiency, exposure and profits

Thursday 27th November 2008
ICO Conference Centre, London W1T

A successful architecture practice is one that combines high-quality design with a sound business strategy.

Ensure your architecture practice has both and is operating at optimum efficiency.

Managing an architectural practice is a never-ending challenge to gain a competitive advantage, improve efficiency and ultimately increase profits.

Given the current economic climate this successful practice management challenge is increasing in scale and many architecture practices are already tightening their belts.

Speakers include:

Adrian Dobson,Director of Practice,RIBA
Allan Wilen,Head of Business Market Intelligence,Emap Glenigan
Richard Parsons,Director,HLM Architects
Declan Thompson,Group Finance Director,RMJM
Gillian Horn,Partner,Penoyre & Prasad
Justin Lomas,Director,Lomas Davies
Paul Birch,Director,Hamiltons Architects Ltd
Caroline Cole,Partner,Colander
John Webster,Director,AWW

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