TEST Focus Groups
A one-day networking and relationship building arena run between 9.00am – 4.30pm, consisting of themed syndicate rooms and a small exhibition.
Held at the Park Inn by Radisson at London Heathrow on the 27 February 2018, the TEST Focus Groups promises to be a dynamic event that provides a solid platform for the most influential professionals in the testing industry to discuss and debate their issues, voice their opinions, swap and share advice, and source the latest products and services.
The TEST Focus Groups is a one-day event run between 9.00am – 4.30pm, consisting of 12 syndicate rooms, a small exhibition, and a networking and relationship building arena.
Each room has its own specialist subject and runs three times throughout the course of the day in 1.5 hour segments; facilitated by an experienced industry professional who is able to lend their expertise, knowledge, and wisdom; to help facilitate and steer each debate session so you, the delegate, gain maximum value.
To ensure you discuss the most pressing issues that you encounter on a daily/weekly/monthly basis, delegates are asked which three subjects they would like to debate prior to the event. This process guarantees that you are debating subjects that are foremost in your mind and highly interactive/lively debate sessions.
The TEST Focus Groups is open to all senior professionals within the software testing community via a cost rate of £349 + VAT. Places are limited, so book yours today to ensure you don’t miss out on this high value opportunity.
To ensure you maximise your time at the TEST Focus Groups, during refreshment and lunch breaks there is a networking and relationship building arena available where visitors can catch up with colleagues, continue debate sessions, swap and share advice, and make key industry contacts.
In addition, there is also a small exhibition to view the latest products and services from some of the industry’s leading suppliers.
I really enjoyed the format where I was encouraged to participate in sharing experiences within small focus group discussions rather than a conference format where you are talked at.Chris YoungJohn Lewis
A great way to meet fellow testers/engineers and compare and contrast experiences within software developmentA HillCraneware
valuable source of collaborative information and interaction – great minds thinking alikePaul DouglasNews Corp
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