26 Feb 2018

Edument 8 years!


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Time has flown by and it is already 8 years since Acke Salem and Tore Nestenius started Edument AB. To celebrate this, we are offering you a 20% discount on all of our courses*.


This offer is valid until March 8, 2018.
Enter Discount Code: Edument8



* The discount is valid until March 8, 2018 on our scheduled courses in Sweden and can not be combined with other offers.

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