Invitation to a Listening Breakfast with Mike Gourlay

by oneafrikan on February 11, 2005

Dear CITI Community

Mike Gourlay of Think London will be presenting a Listening Breakfast at the UUNET Bandwidth Barn on Feb 25th at 9:30.

His presentation will explain the business opportunities in the UK and Europe with a special focus on the IT industry; the possible benefits of basing your UK or European headquarters in London; and the value you can derive from engaging with Think London.

Date: 25 February 2005
Time: 09h30
Venue: UUNET Bandwidth Barn, 5th Floor, Buitengracht Street, Cape Town
Cost: R75 for non-members and R50 for CITI members

RSVP: 021 409 7000

Think London is the official inward investment agency for London. Their job is to encourage overseas companies to set up business in London. They give you the advice, connections and practical help you need – so you can be profitable and productive from day one. Think London provides sector-specific information and figures to help you make your decision – then deliver the support, help and contacts that unlock London’s opportunities fast. Think London’s high-quality service is free, responsive, tailored to the needs of the investor and totally confidential. Over the last ten years they’ve helped over 750 dynamic companies from over 35 countries expand into London.

Michael Gourlay, Executive Director Asia Pacific and Africa at Think London, will be visiting Cape Town from 23 to 25 February. If you are considering opening a European office within the next two years, he would be pleased to meet with you to discuss how Think London can assist you in your expansion plans. Think London makes the process of setting up as painless and straightforward as possible – helping you find the right location and office space, advising on recruitment and putting you in touch with lawyers, accountants, bankers and other advisers. Think London’s services are free and confidential.

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