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Pearlcatchers Ltd

Pearlcatchers was set up in 2002 to offer a fresh approach to learning, development, teambuilding and events. Having experienced training, change and teambuilding events both internally and through external consultants, we have experienced some of the common problems and gained an understanding of how to overcome them.

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Pearlcatchers Ltd

Telephone:+44 (0)1753 624 985

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Address:
Claremont House
70 - 72 Alma Road Windsor
Berkshire
SL4 3EZ
United Kingdom

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