ITMF 2010 Annual Conference – San Paulo

From: Renate Rosing []

Subject: ITMF 2010 Annual Conference – Sao Paulo

Circular email to Directors of
· ITMF Member Associations
· ITMF Associate Members
Ladies / Gentlemen,
As already mentioned in early June, we will not circulate printed invitation brochures for this year’s conference. All details re the conference incl. the conference registration form can be found on

This website now also shows the updated conference programme with available biodata of conference speakers and details of the post-conference tour to Iguaçu and Rio de Janeiro. Of course, the website will be further updated as and when necessary.
As written before, we would appreciate it if you could
· spread this announcement as widely as possible among your member companies
· place a short announcement and the above link on your website
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of further questions.
Yours sincerely,
Renate Rosing
ITMF Zürich
Tel. +41-44 283 63 80, Fax +41-44 283 63 89
P.S. All nominated members to the ITMF Committee of Management will receive an email message from us.

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