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Date:  26/05/2004 Location: Apex City Quay Hotel, Dundee
Chairman: Mr  John Anderson
Speaker: Mr  David Brown  Mr  Andrew  Reid          

Here are some key tips that delegates got from the event:

"Consider the opportunity of working with graduates with the support of a scheme rather than taking on the role of both employer and mentor at an early stage in my own business development"

"Always be aware that there are solutions to your problems which you may not be aware of"

"Acadeamia are happy to provide staff for all parts of business - not just Technology"

"The KTP programme exists and is worth exploring"

"Keep on networking and you'll find the people who will have these answers"

"Packaging your ideas and services to add value, rather than just selling a single limited product"

"There is the potential to use KTP for our new product development"

Other comments:

"I thought it was a really good format and a great opportunity to meet, network and share ideas after hearing from a couple of speakers"

"Good venue, good speakers and an interesting topic"

"David Brown was a lively presenter who made KTP programme very accessible.  Easily understood message and excellent usage of case study to aid understanding"

"John Anderson was clear, concise and made useful comments.  Good coverage to meet needs of members and non-members alike.  He spoke clearly from personal experience"

"I enjoyed getting an understanding of Andrew Reid's services.  His presentation style was easy to listen to"

"John Anderson gave a good introduction and conclusion and good facilitation of the event"

"David Brown was a superb amabassador for KTP"

"David Brown gave a good, positive presentation"


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