Visit OneSearch Direct at Legalex for the chance to win an Apple watch

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22 April 2015


OneSearch200OneSearch Direct, one of the nation’s leading providers of property search information, has announced that it is to exhibit at Legalex.  The National Legal Exhibition & Conference will be held at on 13 & 14 May at ExCel, London.  Exhibiting on booth L270, OneSearch Direct will offer visitors the chance to enter a free prize draw to win a new Apple Watch.

“Last year 1,750 visitors from the UK legal scene flocked to London’s ExCel to explore over 50 of the leading suppliers to the industry,” confirms Elizabeth Jarvis, managing director, OneSearch Direct.  “This year, we will be exhibiting as a supplier for the first time.  Our experienced team will be on-hand to talk to legal staff and conveyancers about our property search data and the services we can provide.

“OneSearch Direct’s vast database of property information puts us in a unique position in the search industry,” continues Jarvis. “We are focused on supplying the highest quality and most detailed property information available, all guaranteed and backed by professional indemnity insurance, giving peace of mind to everyone involved in the property transaction.  At the show, the team will be able to demonstrate our online portal, which accesses our database of property information, as well as our three click ordering process.  We are also looking forward to welcoming new and existing customers to come along and enter our free prize draw to win an Apple Watch.”

OneSearch Direct’s exhibitor details can be found here: http://www.legalex.co.uk/tracker.asp?code=reOneSearchDirect

The Apple Watch prize draw can also be entered online. For more details, visit OneSearch Direct’s website: http://www.onesearchdirect.co.uk.

 



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