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Excellent group of speakers with lots of energy. Will be of great help, support with our Six Sigma Lean journey. Tony Morgan, IBM
I have always gone away knowing I have learned something, been inspired and re-energised. Stephen Curliffe, GMC
Enjoyable, informative and I leave with ideas to act upon! Alex Buetow, Arqiva
It was good to see that others face the same situations I do & also to have good stories that I can use to influence my organisation. Hetel Gokal, British Airways
You are not alone, the challenges you face have been faced before! This event helps you find some possible answers! Caroline Holyhead, Bank of New York Mellon

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Thank you!

And so the dust settles after superb days of networking, knowledge share and scene setting for the future of process.

Thank you to all of the speakers, advisory board members and sponsors who gave up their time and efforts to make the event such a success. It is very much a combined effort pulling these events together and it truly is a pleasure to be able to play a part in such a dedicated and passionate community.

And to our delegates, we wanted to say thanks for reading. Thanks for signing up. Thanks for joining the effort to transforming businesses, culture and employee behaviours and turning process excellence into competitive advantage.

Hope you had as much fun as we did!

If you would like to take part in the 2015 event, please let us know how you would like to get involved:

  • I’d like to attend as a delegate>> Please get in touch with our delegate sales team at enquire@pexnetwork.com

  • I’d like to be a Media Partner >> If you have an interest in becoming one of our strategic event partners please contact Veronica Araujo on veronica.araujo@pexnetwork.com

We look forward to seeing you again in 2015!

The Process Transformation Week team

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