After having lunch at the canteen of the company the businessmen resume their talk.
Pete: There a few more things I would like to discuss with you.
David: Well, I'm at your service, sir.
Pete: In your offer you proposed a few external business visits for the group.
David: Yes, I proposed visits to the Bank of England, Metal Exchange, a lawyers' company and a small producing company.
Pete: That's right. Could you cut a visit to the Metal Exchange? A few participants would like to have some time for a visit or two of their own interest.
David: Good. We shall have lectures in the moinings and business visits in the afternoons. Two afternoons are free. And the participants may easily pay their own visits. If they need my help I am always very glad to help.
Pete: Fine It's settled then And one more thing. What cultural excursions will the group make?
David: I propose visits to
Pete: Fine. Now comes the most important question. I mean the Programme fee.
David: Let me make some calculations first ... Taking into consideration all the changes we made in the programme the fee comes to ten thousand pounds.
Pete: In other words one thousand per person... I suppose I can agree to that. It seems to me we have discussed all the points and can sign a Contract.
David: When we meet tomorrow afternoon the Contract will be ready and we shall sign it.
Pete: See you at 3, if it is convenient for you.
David: Good. See you tomorrow then. Good-bye.