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Working Abroad

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A 'from first principles' guide to winning and delivering work outside the UK

Wednesday 21st January, 2009
Barbican Centre, London


Want to know where to start? This conference is an introduction to working abroad – how to go about procuring work, making contacts and where to find solutions to some of the fundamental problems that can crop up when working in foreign markets.

The AJ’s Working Abroad will be a one-stop-shop providing invaluable guidance to working outside the UK as well as specific information about what it is like to work in emerging markets such as China, India, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

This could be your chance to find out how to grow your practice during a recession by bucking the trend, staying one step ahead and finding work in the latest emerging economies.

Speakers include

Graham Hand,Chief Executive,BRITISH EXPERTISE
An introduction to working abroad: what and where are the opportunities?

Michael Ward,Director for Infrastructure Sectors,UK TRADE & INVESTMENT
Winning work: Where to start?

Richard Conner,Partner,PIERCY CONNER
Working in India: Pitfalls and strategies for success

Partnerships for success

Chris Lanksbury,Director,CHAPMAN TAYLOR
Setting up an office abroad

Norman Bragg,Principal Director,RHWL ARCHITECTS
Working in the Middle East

Roger Whiteman,Director,RMJM
Working in Eastern Europe

Paul Davis,Chairman,PAUL DAVIS & PARTNERS
Working in China

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