Minister to open O/A group's fourth annual conference

June 1986
Management Services;Jun86, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p25
The British Minister of State for Industry and Information Technology, Geoffrey Pattie, will open International Word Processing (IWP)'s fourth annual conference on June 23, 1986. Previously associated with the International Word and Information Processing Exhibition, the Office Automation Show, the London Business Computer Show, the conference has gone from strength to strength whereas the exhibitions concerned have failed to survive. IWP is the office automation group of the Great Britain-based Institute of Administrative Management (IAM). With over 60 speakers and 15 sessions the group claims this is the largest and most ambitious of its kind outside North America, focusing on practical issues concerning those who use, manage, plan and implement office systems. The conference, which will run from June 23-25, is divided into three streams namely management, technology, and people and organisation, and will take place at the Barbican Centre, London, England. Fees per half day session for IWP/IAM members is £60 plus value added tax (VAT); for non- members the fee is £70 plus VAT.


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