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Join Capita TI at the Future of Energy Conference

Posted: 3rd December 2015

A new exhibition for Capita Translation and Interpreting – on Friday 4th of December, we will be attending the Future of Energy Conference and Exhibition at the Irlam suite, AJ Bell stadium, Salford.

The conference/exhibition will address several key topics facing the UK to maintain and improve the energy supply, challenges facing the industry such as Government policies and the ability of the industry to balance meeting the energy needs of consumers while balancing any environmental impacts.

Through several sessions and talks, attendees will be able to discuss and identify future opportunities where increased investment and a collaborative approach can work towards securing a stable future for the industry and the supply of energy around the world.

Among the speakers at the event will be Capita’s Kristine Berry-Trow, who will be presenting on:

The International Energy Sector and the Key Role of Languages

  • Global expansion
  • Breaking down business, language and cultural barriers
  • Health and safety implications
  • The benefits of localisation

Do you fancy coming along? If so we’ve got 10 tickets worth £300.00 each to give away, just contact for further information.

Capita TI will also be exhibiting on stand S, so make sure you come round and speak to us about your language needs. You can even try your hand at our Buzz-Wire game for your chance to win a wireless charger – the fastest time walks away with the prize!

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