Office Management & PA Show

2015-02-18 - 2015-02-19
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020 8971 8282
Time: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm URLs: Booking: Twitter: Price: Free
The Office Management & PA Show (OMPA) is one of the leading events for PAs and office professionals. A visit to OMPA provides an unrivalled mix of business, education and networking opportunities. The role of the PA is expanding at an exponential rate. Taking place at Olympia on 18th & 19th February, under the new ownership of Mash Media, the OMPA show will be co-located with International Confex and the Event Production show - the two leading shows for the meetings and events industry - in recognition of the ever-expanding role of PAs and office professionals. With 96% of PAs now involved in organising or running some kind of event for their business be it: meetings; conferences; seminars; awards ceremonies; incentive travel; training; and of course, parties, OMPA is a must-attend date for your diary. The OMPA Show has become one of the UK's leading events for office managers and PAs, attracting over 2,500 visitors with considerable decision-making power, purchasing authority and influence. Education is one of the key features for OMPA 2015, with a variety of inspirational, compelling and interactive talks. As well as workshop sessions, OMPA will present a series of focussed and practical masterclasses covering everything from negotiation skills, mastering LinkedIn, resilience and Microsoft Office. OMPA is the essential date for your diary, guaranteed to provide plenty of inspiration, colour and content for your next event, as well as providing education, networking and business opportunities covering the full spectrum of PA and office manager responsibilities.
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Kim Allingham, Catherine Arden, Deborah Shaw, Jeremy Jacobs, Paul Pennant, Richard John, Liz Sinclair, Merryl Futerman, Josephine Green, Naomi Johnson, Alyson Reay, Amanda Johnson, Andrea Osborne, Angela Dawson, Ekaterina Lengefeld, Clare Balding

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