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Learning Technologies 2009
The Learning Technologies 2009 exhibition and conference will take place on January 28-29th 2009 at Olympia 2, London.
Mark Penton, Learning Technologies 2009 event organiser, said: "We are absolutely delighted with the support the event has received in our tenth anniversary year, and despite the current turbulence, the 2009 event is shaping up to be the strongest yet.
"In these changing times, business is looking to the learning and development profession for new and efficient ways to develop talent and raise performance, and the two-day exhibition and conference is certainly the ideal place to keep abreast of the latest learning trends and technologies."
Donald Taylor, learning conference chair continued: "The theme for the 2009 conference is 'next generation learning at work' and the conference will equip L&D professionals with essential knowledge and practical strategies to drive business forward in today's world of massive technological and business change.
"After this year's record numbers we are looking forward to another great event and have some truly inspiring speakers lined up. It will certainly be an event not to be missed."
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