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Membership of our enthusiastic, experienced and committed KT professional community continues its healthy growth trend which has not only enabled us to thrive over the past few years, but now places 2023 as a year with even more activity and diversity of opportunity than ever before.

We will have more face-to- face activities with conferences, trainings, networking and outreach events as well as a busy online programme to ensure access to training for those less able to travel to one of our EU locations.

New ASTP features include activities driven by our newest SIGs, who are finding their feet and gaining momentum with membership and themes of mutual interest so we look forward to hearing more from the Sustainability SIG, the New Professionals, the EDI drivers as well as the Legal and Agri-Food communities.

From those with responsibility for developing and running KTOs, we are hosting a dedicated meeting for this group in February, with the first face-to- face Directors’ Forum gathering in Antwerp to exchange challenges and inspired experiences.

Several new collaborative EU projects will also open opportunities for further sharing of new skills, creating new communities and strengthening the impact of your KT community.

The top news this month of course is all about planning for Tallinn, we have been delighted and overwhelmed by the early interest from both sponsors and participants asking to become involved in the Annual Conference, so many thanks to our Programme Committee for their driving role-and as we launch the Annual Conference website today- we shall keep you posted on all developments as the final program comes together.

From Headquarters, and the Board, we look forward to meeting with you all as you engage in these exciting events. 2023 is off to a flying start !

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