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NUS Services area operational focus groups

Here is your chance to meet up with colleagues and discuss issues that impact upon your operations.

These 'AOFG' meetings are the key times when operational managers can get together and discuss with each other and with NUS Services issues that are of common interest or concern.

You are actively encouraged to add items to the agenda which will continue to evolve right up until the meetings happen. We have some items already but feel free to contact customer services with others you feel would add value.

The focus groups are open to all commercial staff at students' unions.

To register, please click on the venue below you wish to attend:

23 October 2012 – LSE Students’ Union, London
24 October 2012 – Union of UEA Students, Norwich
30 October 2012 – Winchester Student Union
31 October 2012 - Cardiff University Students' Union
6 November 2012 – University of Nottingham Students’ Union
7 November 2012 – University of Bradford Students’ Union
13 November 2012 – University of Manchester Students’ Union
14 November 2012 – Edinburgh University Students’ Association

 
If you would like more information, please contact Customer Services on customerservices@nussl.co.uk 01625 413222.

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