TechnologyAccounting SoftwareWin a trip to CeBIT

Win a trip to CeBIT

Management Consultancy and Kuoni are offering you the chance to win a flight to the CeBIT show in Hanover.

The prize includes a free day return flight from Luton and return coach transfer between the airport and the fairground. Travel dates are the 15, 16 or 17 March and to enter readers must e-mail tradefairs@kuoni.co.uk. All you need to do is e-mail your name, company and telephone number. If you wish to stay overnight or pre-purchase an entrance ticket this will be at additional cost.

CeBIT now ranks as the world’s most important fair for office technology and communications, attracting the largest number of exhibitors and visitors.

2002 will be no exception. If you’re not lucky enough to win, Kuoni can offer you the flexibility to select flights and hotel accommodation to suit your needs. For bookings contact 01306 744 525, e-mail tradefairs@kuoni.co.uk.

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