Business Process and Workflow Modelling
Using BPMN

A JISC/UKOLN workshop

Austin Court, Birmingham

22 March 2007

An invitation only event

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The workshop is taking place at Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham B1 2NP.

Austin court is an attractive group of Georgian buildings grouped around a garden courtyard, with various parts of differing design and date blended together. Designed by architect Roger Beale and opened in 1997, the modern Austin Court retains a great many of the features and structure of the original building, including arches, curved enclosures, rich red brickwork and heavy timber roof trusses which are features of a bold new design with extensive use of glass screens and an atrium.

Austin Court is situated just off Broad Street on Brindleyplace development, Birmingham's new business district and home to some of Birmingham's most stylish bars and restaurants.

It is also right between the National Indoor Arena and the International Convention Centre and within walking distance of some of Birmingham's main attractions.

For further information about travelling to Austin Court, please refer to the venue's website


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