RAeS Corporate Partner Briefing on Monday 10 September 2018

 

 


BBGA Members are invited to attend a RAeS Corporate Partner Briefing on Monday 10 September 2018, when Assistant Chief of Defence Staff (Capability & Force Design), AVM Richard Knighton, will talk about next generation military capability.

This event is kindly sponsored by Serco.

The venue is the Royal Aeronautical Society headquarters, No. 4 Hamilton Place, London W1, UK and the briefing and discussion will run from 5.00 – 6.00pm.  There will be refreshments available beforehand from 4.30pm and a drinks reception afterwards until approximately 7.00pm.  Please click here to view the full event details on our website.

 If you would like to attend this event, please click here to register online and ensure that you are logged in to your personal account (NB if you do not already have a personal account, the system will invite you to set one up).  Alternatively please complete and return the reply slip in the Notice & booking form, 10 September 2018.  I should point out that spaces are limited and allocated strictly in order of application and we therefore recommend that you register promptly in order to guarantee your place.

As a Corporate Partner of the Society, any employee of your organisation is entitled to register for this event.  Please therefore pass these details to anyone else within your organisation who may be interested in attending.

We hope this event will be of interest to you and your colleagues.

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