Chair:'So, Peter has proposed that we increase the budget for the IT project. Now, I'll go round the table and ask if you agree or disagree with it. So, starting with Simon.'
Attendee 1:'Well, I'm afraid that I don't. It's too much money.'
Attendee 2:'At the moment, I doubt that spending more money on the project will improve the situation. So, no.'
Attendee 3:'I completely agree with the proposal. IT is fundamental for the future of our company.'
Attendee 4:'I think the same about this proposal. It's too important not to do.'
Attendee 5:'At the moment, with the current economic situation, It's out of the question. We don't have any extra money.'
Attendee 6:'I understand Peter's point, but at the moment, we need to save and not to spend.'
Attendee 7:'I don't have a problem with the proposal. So, I agree.'
Attendee 8:'It sounds interesting, but I think we should wait before making any decisions.'
Attendee 9:'Peter, don't you think it would be better to wait until June when we'll know exactly what we'll need? So, at the moment I can't agree with it, sorry.'
Attendee 10:'To be honest, I believe it's too much money at the moment. So, no.'