PracticePeople In PracticeTakingStock – Win an office makeover.

TakingStock - Win an office makeover.

Last week we offered you the chance to win an office make-over.[QQ] Well, it’s still not too late.

Trendy consultants Britart are offering to lend you a barrow load of paintings to be hung, for three months, in your office. Just put together 50 words on why your office should win this stunning prize and email them to us at comp@accountancyage.com.

Britart.com and Accountancy Age will chose the winners and then Britart will come to talk things over with you before recommending some very tasteful ‘objet d’art’ for the office walls. Of course, Britart will also lend the pics from their collection.

Details of your transformed office environment will appear in a future issue of Accountancy Age. Closing date: 5 October 2001.

More at: www.accountancyage.com/competitions and www.britart.com.

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