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ON NOVEMBER 27, 2003 at 18:00, the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Open Evening by BPP Professional Education will be held at the BPP site on Gajova ulica in Bratislava. Spencer Hooper, marketing specialist, business strategist, and international lecturer, will speak, touching topics such as current developments in marketing, CIM's internationally recognized unification, and training courses for CIM provided by BPP. Afterwards, all are welcome to meet the BPP team and ask questions. RSVP by November 25.

ON NOVEMBER 27, 2003 at 18:00, the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Open Evening by BPP Professional Education will be held at the BPP site on Gajova ulica in Bratislava. Spencer Hooper, marketing specialist, business strategist, and international lecturer, will speak, touching topics such as current developments in marketing, CIM's internationally recognized unification, and training courses for CIM provided by BPP. Afterwards, all are welcome to meet the BPP team and ask questions. RSVP by November 25.

EU TAX law issues for top managers working in Slovakia will be the topic of an executive summary organised by BMB Leitner. It will take place on December 4 at the Radisson SAS Carlton Hotel, Bratislava from 14:00 to 18:00. The summary will be held primarily in English, with a simultaneous translation into/from Slovak. The 19 percent flat tax rate, relevant EU legislation, the 6th EU directive on VAT, criminal liability for statutory representatives in relation to EU tax law, and the role of the new specialised tax authority for large entities will be discussed. The fee for enrolment is Sk4,800 (€115.82). RSVP by November 20.

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