Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Worshipful Company of Security Professionals

9 Montague Close, London Bridge, London SE1 9DD

On Tuesday, 13 October 2009 the Company will hold its Annual Dinner at Glaziers’ Hall. At the Dinner, the Company will present for the third time its Annual Sheriffs’ Award, which recognises a person who by their courage has protected people, property or liberty. For the first time this year we will also be awarding a Sheriffs’ Community Award.

Alderman and Sheriff David Wootton and Sheriff Peter Cook will attend. Other luminaries of the City have been invited, together with Masters of Worshipful Companies and representatives of our military affiliations.

Our Master, Stephen Parsons, invites all Members and their guests to enjoy an excellent evening, starting with a Champagne Reception in the River Room with the spectacular view through its five arches across the City. The Hall adjoins London Bridge and the infamous Nancy Steps, made famous by Charles Dickens in his novel Oliver Twist.

Tickets are £110 each – the same as last year. Dinner is inclusive of wine and port. Dress is Black Tie and miniature medals. It is recommended you book early to avoid disappointment as space is limited.
Reception 6.30 pm
Dinner 7.15 pm
Carriages 10.30 pm

Supported by:

Please send your cheque with your request for tickets to:

The Clerk
8 Palace Mews
London SW6 7TQ

Tel: 020 7385 6533
Email: Clerk@WCoSP.org

The 3rd annual Aviation Outlook MENA 2010 will bring together the key stakeholders in the region’s aviation industry.

The Middle East's annual meeting for global aviation sector
Aviation Outlook MENA 2010 offers the opportunity to gain expert insight, network and strategise with aviation experts from around the world and in particular the Middle East and North Africa.

The 3rd annual Aviation Outlook MENA 2010 will bring together the key stakeholders in the region’s aviation industry.
As airlines re-shape their business models to react to weakening global demand and increased competition from LCC’s there is a greater need than ever to share knowledge and develop best practise strategic and operational disciplines.
Aviation Outlook MENA is the place to demonstrate your capability and present you offering as the solution that enables airlines to become more profitable and competitive.
A new format for 2010 will further enhance the events position and the must attend aviation event in the Middle EastTwo events in one place at once time for one investmentThe new format which brings together the regions two leading events in one place at one time which means that with one investment of your time and budget you get double the value!

The event at a glance:

As the industry reacts to weakening demand the Middle East remains the true bright spot and the biggest opportunity to you to organisations that sell and market your solutions to them.Aviation Outlook MENA is the place to meet with and present your offering to the worlds most profitable and expansive airlines. Keynote presentations that sponsors will be invited to make will include:
Manufacturers Outlook- The fleet as the backbone of your network and capacity planning strategy
Emerging technologies that generate ancillary revenue
Sales and Distribution strategies- Achieving growth through the optimal distribution mix
Dynamic packaging and ancillary revenue strategies to offset weakening demands and yields
Deploying emerging technologies to achieve a more efficient and environmentally responsible airspace.

Contact Matthew Wallhead today on +971 4 709 4524 or email matthew.wallhead@terrapinn.com to secure you participation
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