6th Annual European Six Sigma Summit... including the 2nd Annual Six Sigma Excellence Awards

Venue: Victoria Park Plaza

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 26, 2005 End Date/Time: Apr 29, 2005
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Benefits of Attending

Why should I attend?
This is the premier meeting for Quality and Six Sigma executives in Europe. At the 6th Annual European Six Sigma Summit in 2005 we are absolutely delighted to welcome two of the most successful businessmen and media personalities in the UK, Greg Dyke, ex DG of the BBC and Sir Gerry Robinson, Chairman, Allied Domecq, who are with us to discuss their experiences of what it takes to become a successful leader.

Our pre-eminent panel of speakers include Heads and Champions of Six Sigma from some of the most admired and innovative companies in Europe. Drawn from companies such as Dell, Motorola, General Electric, Microsoft, HSBC, UBS Investment Bank and Xerox, these experienced practitioners will give you the unvarnished truth on how to achieve the maximum business impact from your deployments. This is the only place to benchmark your Six Sigma implementation against the best.
Who will I meet and who is speaking?
Over 300 of your senior Quality and Six Sigma peers, plus representatives from the Six Sigma Excellence Award Winning companies in 2004. Not forgetting Six Sigma Leaders from companies that have much to share, both old hands and those using relatively new and innovative approaches to their deployments. Use this Summit to make sure your contacts are up to date.

Don't miss this event because...
We're looking forward to the 2nd Annual Six Sigma Excellence Awards, presented by Seb Coe, OBE, Olympic Gold Medallist, at the Gala Dinner on the evening of April 27th, 2005. Following the huge success and excitement of last year's ceremony this is the place to celebrate the achievements of the best practice projects across Europe.

Enter your projects before March 4th at www.sixsigma.com/excellenceawards and make sure your teams get the glory they deserve.