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Flotation project

Some 450 of the property industry's finest were deliberately marooned on the good ship Arcadia in the English Channel for three days last week. The occasion was the second waterborne networking event known as the Property Forum, where service providers pay around £9,000 a head to have a series of structured meetings with property clients ranging from British Telecom to Burger King. The idea of using a ship is to prevent delegates and exhibitors being distracted by outside concerns. ...

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