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NSAI invite you to attend a Standards Forum in the Hilton Belfast Hotel

Are you interested in standards?  Do you want to learn how they can benefit your business?  Do you want to find out how you can help develop standards, in Ireland and abroad?

Then you should come to the Standards Forum in the Hilton Belfast Hotel, Tuesday May 24th (09:30-16:00) 

The Standards Forum is a free event being hosted jointly by NSAI and BSI (British Standards Institution).

Standards Forum details – Sessions & Speakers

NSAI sponsors Small Firms Association Conference 2016

NSAI are delighted to support the SFA through sponsorship of their Annual Conference 2016.

Get conference programme details at SFA 2016

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by Thursday 19th to be in a draw for FREE tickets.​

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