Analysts party in the sunshine

As the day drew to a close and the sun set over London, over 100 hundred of the UK’s leading analysts and AR professionals were busy drinking, talking and enjoying the spectacular views of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard and the city skyline. If you weren’t able to come along to this year’s IIAR summer party, you missed out on another treat of an evening. Someone described it as “the networking event of the summer” and if you were there, it’s easy to see why. Another said “stunning views, great company, interesting conversations, nice food, free booze – it couldn’t get any better.” Continue reading

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The IIAR UK Summer Networking event is back, Bigger and Better than ever!

For this year’s IIAR Summer Party and Networking Event we have exclusive use of a stunning penthouse bar overlooking London (right next to St Paul’s Cathedral). With 80+ analysts attending (and growing), no queuing for one-on-one meetings and drinks plus food all evening why endure the conference scene?

When: 15th July 2014 at 5pm (UK) until late
Where: Central London overlooking St Pauls. Free for IIAR Members, register (here). £75 for non-members, fully redeemable against membership. Full details here.

The IIAR UK Summer Networking event is back, Bigger and Better than ever!

The UK Chapter of the IIAR is delighted to announce the date for this year’s IIAR Summer Networking (Party) Event, very kindly sponsored, once again, by Tata Consultancy Services. It will be held on the evening of  Tuesday 15th July, kicking off at 5pm BST. So SAVE-the-DATE now.

We have exclusive use of a stunning penthouse bar overlooking London (right next to St Paul’s Cathedral) for this year’s IIAR Summer Party and Networking Event. As the weather will be nice :o)  we’ll be able to take in the views outside, if not, there is plenty of room inside (and still the great views). There will be refreshments and a free bar for the duration of the party so it’s sure to be a top class event. Continue reading

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