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WORLD SHRED 2004 Takes Shape

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WORLD SHRED 2004 (30 Nov. – 1 Dec.) is shaping up to be two days of some very impressive sessions and networking opportunities.

The centerpiece of the event is a day-long sales training session that is specifically designed for document destruction service providers. Malcolm Gallagher of BizVision Ltd, who will conduct the training, has conducted a number of such sessions for very successful document destruction and records storage companies. One satisfied Gallagher client says that this alone is "worth the price of admission."

Additionally, Cody Ford of ChurchStreet Technologies, Inc. will demonstrate and provide a complete briefing on the firm’s document reconstruction software that has been so prominently featured in high-profile news stories in both Europe and North America.

Steve Hyman of DHS Worldwide Software Solutions will discuss the realities of diversifying into Records Storage. As if that were not enough, a representative of Equifax will discuss the effects of information fraud on the economy and a Brussels-based government relations expert will discuss the dynamics of influencing policy-making at the European Union level.

Vendor members are already betting on the success of the WORLD SHRED 2004 Conference. Interest in exhibiting and in sponsoring events is very high and the planning committee expects to double last year’s numbers.

The WORLD SHRED 2004 venue is the Marriott - Forest of Arden Hotel and Country Club, which is near Birmingham, England. Birmingham is easily accessible by train from London’s Heathrow Int’l Airport and has an international airport of its own. The golf course at the Marriott Forest of Arden serves as the site of the British Masters Golf Tournament, a fact that has not escaped those planning the first WORLD SHRED 2004 Golf Outing to be held the day before the conference (29 November).

Complete details on WORLD SHRED 2004 will be mailed the first week of September. Vendors will receive their materials by email the week of 22 September 2004. Space is very limited.