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University's range of business services on display

Release Date 10 June 2005

The University of Reading's Business Development and Commercial Services Teams will be exhibiting at next week's NEW B2B Thames Valley Exhibition being held at Newbury Racecourse on Tuesday 14 June and Wednesday 15 June. Visitors to stand F3 will discover the range of business services on offer from the University – including consultancy, collaborative research and intellectual property management, conference and meeting organisation and facilities. The University's business development managers covering the specialist fields of IT, life sciences and the environment will also be on hand to discuss any specific requirements you may have. B2B Thames Valley is the event for growing businesses in the Thames Valley. The benefits of attending are compelling: • Listen to inspiring debate and the secrets of success from leading entrepreneurs like Simon Woodroffe, the brains behind YO! Sushi, and Michael Portillo, ex-shadow chancellor and media pundit. • Enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities with like-minded business people. • Benefit from expert advice on seminars in networking, leadership, PR and marketing and corporate insurance - all addressing crucial aspects of doing business today. B2B Thames Valley will host more than 100 exhibitors, deliver a focused seminar programme and provide first class networking opportunities. To register, visit End For media enquiries, please contact Kirsti Wilson, the University of Reading's Business Information Officer. Phone: +44 (0)118 378 6161 Fax: +44 (0)118 378 8979 Email:

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