PracticeConsultingWin a palmtop computer.

Win a palmtop computer.

Accountancy Age has teamed up with the organisers of the world’s biggest information event to offer readers the chance to win a palmtop computer.

Online Information 2000, at Olympia, London from 5-7 December, is the premier event for users of professional and business information and features an Accountancy and Finance trail.

Next week’s Accountancy Age will tell you how you can enter a draw to win a Palm 5 palmtop computer by registering for a free ticket to the Online Information exhibition and get 10% off the cost of attending the three day conference.

The line up includes Richard Barrington, industry director at the e-envoy’s office. Also speaking is Mike Lynch, chief executive of Autonomy. Look out for more information in next week’s Accountancy Age and on AccountancyAge.com.

For more details about Online Information 2000 conference and exhibition go to the following: www.online-information.co.uk

Or call the organisers on +44 (0)1865 388000.

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