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E-learning compliance January Sale 40% off & try it for free!

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January Sale for our Bribery Act e-learning system

We are offering 40% off our new e-learning tool for anti-corruption compliance in our January Sale.

Our product provides a simple, manageable and cost effective method to train and test large numbers of employees and others across businesses.

We charge a flat annual cost of £2000. However if you sign up in January then we are offering our new learning tool for £1200 in the first year a massive 40% off…

There is no cap on the number of employees who may use the system, subject to a fair use policy (terms and conditions apply).

More details on our product are available here.

In the meantime, why don’t you try it out for nothing! We have set up a simple Bribery compliance e-learning session for you to try and test yourself.

Click on this link and set yourself up as a new user.

The password to register as a new user is: January

If you are interested in using the system as a paying customer then please contact barry.vitou@pinsentmasons.com

 

 

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