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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
A European information and communications technology (ICT) conference will be held in Wales in June.

Category SME IT
03 June 2008
 
A European information and communications technology (ICT) conference will be held in Wales in June.

The event will focus on approaches to regional economic and social development through ICT including investment in technological infrastructure and will be hosted at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport on June 12th and 13th.

Senior representatives from regional governments throughout Europe are expected to attend.

Gareth Hughes, chief executive of the European Regional Information Society Association (ERIS), said: "This conference crystallises the strategic approach ERIS is working to engender throughout Europe's regional governments and in tandem with the EU.

"Wales has been chosen as our event venue as it is recognised as being a positive example of how a regional government can underpin economic development with investments in frameworks for ICT awareness and infrastructure."

Earlier this month, the Work Wise UK Summit looked into ways in which working from home can reduce the impact businesses have on the environment.



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