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*                 Co-operation and Business Opportunities for                 *
*              Eastern/Western European Countries in the IT Field             *
*          "Practical Improvement of Software Processes and Products"         *
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At the ESI & ISCN 1997 conference in Budapest, 10-12 November 1997, you can
meet a selected group of highly acknowledged European experts, and attend
presentations from leading electronic and software companies. It is unique in
its architecture by having joint presentations from leading CEEC organisations
aiming at setting up fruitful business collaborations with Western Europe.

The conference is run by a group of partners from Central and Eastern Europe,
Scandinavia, and Western Europe.

          Find all information about the conference on the Internet at

                     http://www.iscn.ie/conferences/iscn97

             or contact the ESI & ISCN 1997 registration office at

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*                    APS - ESI - ISCN - IVF - QAI - Q-Labs                    *
*  In association with the European Quality Week, 10 - 16 Nov. 1997, Budapest *
*        and in association with the John von Neumann Computer Society        *
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