AIIC’s Private Market Sector (PRIMS) meeting in London

12 Jan 19 — 13 Jan 19

09:00 — 17:00

London, United Kingdom

Sectoral meeting


49-60 Borough Road - London SE1 1DR

Organised by
Private Market Sector Standing Committee


The Standing Committee of PRIMS is thrilled to announce its coming meeting to be held in London on January 12-13, 2019.   

Draft Agenda

Saturday 12 January 

  • Welcome and Agenda
  • Expert on Brexit and possible effects on our profession
  • Market presentations by: UK-Ireland, France, Belgium and the Netherlands
  • Professional Address
  • AIIC Consultant interpreters Group: role and benefits in the current market

Sunday 13 January

  • Exco report
  • Hands-on session on Remote Interpreting platforms Discussion
  • Discussion 

More about the meeting:

- PRIMS is coming to London

Please make sure you book your flight to hit London on Friday afternoon.  The UK & Ireland Region is inviting us to drinks and nibbles at a traditional London Pub: The George Inn, 75/77 Borough High Street at 18:00.  

The evening will be opened by a presentation on the state of the art of the MICE  industry (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Events) by Rob Davidson

Rob Davidson is Managing Director of MICE Knowledge  

It will surely be a great opportunity to discuss topics of interest for the profession and to meet colleagues, old and new.

We Look forward to seeing you in London

Please register here


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