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The British Cartographic Society Annual Symposium and associated events will be held from Wednesday 25 June to Thursday 26 June 2014 at Marwell Hotel, near Winchester.

The British Cartographic Society’s Annual Symposium, the UK's oldest and only event all about maps.

Make maps, use maps or just love maps?

Learn more in a friendly, sharing environment of like minded professionals and enthusiasts.

Pick up tips on design, technical advice about maps in GIS and on-line solutions, the latest research on the maps of tomorrow and their importance as historical records.

For the first time the BCS Symposium joins with The International Map Industry Association (IMIA), bringing together an even wider audience of producers and users from around the world.

Maps matter!

Learn how to make maps mean so much more, for you and your organisation.

Are maps part of your work?

Do you want to understand maps better?

Are you creating maps, no matter how simple?

Are you using maps in your projects or research?

Are you a map lover?

Then you should attend. The benefits for you and your organisation will be immediate and significant.

Join us at our 50th Annual Symposium

The coming together of BCS and IMIA provides:

unique networking opportunity with attendees from across the UK mapping and GIS community and from around the globe

unique learning opportunity with an even wider range of talks and workshops

unique experience with visits to the UK's National Mapping agency

unique celebration with annual award ceremonies for both BCS and IMIA

Delegates attending Mapping 2014 will be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points that can be used towards achieving and maintaining the Chartered Geographer (GIS) status.

From: June 24, 2014 09:00
To: June 27, 2014 23:59

Marwell Hotel, Thompson's Ln, SO21 1JY, Colden Common, United Kingdom


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