Free Session, Free Beer, Free Food – # Not the GDPR News

Gethyn Ellis, 2018-04-16

This is a final call for attendees. We are have the last few seats available in out #Not the GDPR news – Why projects fail seminar that is taking place in Cardiff on Thursday evening

Wonder why projects fail? Want to spot the signs of failure? Want to know how to turn failure into success? CPS Group are hosting an Interactive Seminar with Wyeden’s Mark Williams & Gethyn from gethynellis.com (40+ years project experience between them). Wyenot come along, enjoy some drinks & food, chat with peer’s, listen & join in as you wish…& have fun? 

If you fancy some free beer, free food and a free seminar why not join Mark Williams and myself this Thursday evening. It is free for you to register…click  the link which will take you to the EventBrite website. Your name and email address is all you need to register. 

Oh and you’ll get to see what this face was all about


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