TNMOC reveals its potential for businesses

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To enable more Milton Keynes businesses to take advantage of the working displays and opportunities offered by The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park, Andrew Spencer has been appointed TNMOC Corporate Events Manager.

Andrew will be developing the Museum's potential for businesses by organising team building events, away days, and other events that use TNMOC galleries and displays with their working exhibits as key attractions.

Andrew Spencer said: " It is too easy to assume that a trip to TNMOC is only for the IT and technology people. Everyone can benefit and enjoy seeing working machines and learning about the fascinating stories behind them. Today, computers impact on all of us at work and at home. For every machine on display, there is a compelling human story: how and why it came to be, how it was used, who made it and who used it. On every corporate visit, visitors' comments reveal the profound impact that is made by seeing and understanding more of everyone's computing heritage."

Dr David Hartley, Museum Director, said: "We have a fantastic resource that is already benefiting large numbers of visiting educational groups. We have long realised the benefits that organisations can gain and, with the huge strides that the Museum has made over the past two years, we are now in a position to open our doors to groups much more often. Milton Keynes has an enterprising and thriving business community and we want to play our part in contributing to the local economy."

Andrew Spencer, a Milton Keynes resident, trained as a lawyer but his first job was in a marketing role for the theatre and from there he went on to work in other parts of the entertainment industry including the development of Ticketmaster in its fledgling days in the 1980s. In the 1990s, he led the world’s first major implementation of Microsoft’s IP telephony in a call centre handling millions of calls per year, and more recently has been the Director of IT at a Footsie 250 company and has been directing the development of innovative systems and software in on-line learning, business processes, transaction processing, energy ratings and energy efficiency.

To enquire about corporate visits to The National Museum of Computing, please email Andrew Spencer or call 01908 374708.

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