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Alluring keynote speaker announced for Office show
posted on: 28/4/2011 09:09:10
Jacqueline Gold Office speaker

Organiser of PA and office manager exhibition Office, Diversified Business Communications (DBC), has added sex appeal to its line up of 2011 keynote speakers.

Chief executive of lingerie brand Ann Summers Jacqueline Gold will be speaking to visitors at the 2011 edition of Office, which takes place at Earls Court this September.

Self-made millionaire Gold has transformed the fortunes of Ann Summers which now has a turnover of £150m.

“Jacqueline Gold is an inspiration to businesspeople and we expect her session to attract a capacity crowd,” said Office event manager Ali Mead.

Over 3,000 visitors attended the inaugural Office exhibition in 2010. DBC is hoping to break the 5,000 mark in 2011 by further adding to its seminar content and an increased use of social media marketing presence.

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