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Present Around the World Competition (PATW)


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PATW is a technical presentation competition for young professionals. Each presentation lasts for fifteen minutes including questions

Date and Time

26 March 2013 - 18:30-20:30


Swindon, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Swindon local network.

About this event

PATW is a technical presentation competition for young professionals.  Each presentation lasts for fifteen minutes including questions. There are prizes of £150 and £100 for 1st and 2nd places and a years IET membership. The winner of the local competition can progress through further rounds to the global final with a prize of £1000. If you are interested in taking part please contact Sachin Seesurrun at:


18:30  Light refreshment
19:00  Start
20:30  Close

Additional information

** New note**     Please note we will using the Intel main reception for arrival and registration. Please arrive via the front drive which is first left off the Marriott Hotel round-a-bout and park in the visitors car park opposite the foot path to the main reception. You will be escorted from the main reception to the Chapple Theatre for refreshments and the presentations. 

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