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LIA workshops focus on the business market

The LIA is holding a series of workshops called Working in the Business Market at the start of September.

The workshops, which will be held in Rotherham, Teesside, Exeter, Newcastle and Belfast on September 2 and 3, form part of a programme of 400 technical workshops and regional meetings that the LIA offers to its members.

The case study used in the workshop centres around Audio X, an audio-visual equipment business set up 25 years ago by a pair of university friends.

It outlines the progress of the business and poses questions.

Call the LIA on 01923 285333 for further information or visit www.lia.co.uk for details.

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