HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal: What the west needs to do if it’s truly serious about peace in the Middle-East and the UK’s role in this

HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal: What the west needs to do if it’s truly serious about peace in the Middle-East and the UK’s role in this

Speaker: HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal

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We are honoured to be welcoming His Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal to talk on how the West can facilitate peace in the Middle East.  A highly intricate subject, conflict in the region has been rife for centuries.  The UK, in particular, can use its soft powers to help broker deals that can hopefully lead to peace, stability and prosperity for all.

His Royal Highness has initiated, founded and is actively involved in a number of Jordanian and international institutes and committees. In Jordan, HRH established the Royal Scientific Society in 1970, the Arab Thought Forum (in 1981), the Higher Council for Science and Technology in 1987 and the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies in 1994.

On the international stage, many of HRH’s ideas and initiatives have been catalytic to international decisions and resolutions. Addressing the 36th Session of the United Nations in 1981, he proposed the establishment of the New International Humanitarian Order, which led to a request by the Secretary General to found and co-chair the Independent Commission on International Humanitarian Issues (ICIHI). The final report of the Commission was adopted as a resolution at the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations

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Elizabeth Linder: Inside the social media revolution: what business leaders need to know

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Speaker: Elizabeth Linder, Founder & CEO, The Conversational Century

Despite the hype, it can be hard for senior decision makers to understand exactly what the emergence and spread of social media means. Elizabeth Linder has been at the forefront of social media’s birth and evolution into the globally transformative force it is becoming.  Elizabeth was Facebook’s first Head of Politics & Government for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region just as the Arab Spring swept across the region and social media began to shape and empower mass interaction for good, and for ill. Now consulted by companies and governments around the world, Elizabeth continues to lead efforts to unlock the positive power of social media, as well as to map and anticipate the threats. As the impacts and power of social media continue to develop and transform societies, Elizabeth is perfectly positioned to articulate why your organisation should care about social media and how to position to make the most of the opportunities it brings whilst mitigating the growing potential for damage.

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How to hire faster & win more new business with Devex

How to hire faster & win more new business with Devex

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Speaker: Taylor Laudino, Associate, Membership, Devex

As a global development professional, you have a big job. 

Whether you’re tasked with finding the best candidates, identifying the right opportunities for your pipeline or staying on top of all of the moving pieces that may affect your business strategy, Devex has you covered. 

Devex Membership Associate, Taylor Laudino, joins us for a live presentation of the recruitment and business development resources available on Devex. This session will focus on how you can:

- Track funding from 450+ donor sources
- Set-up custom alerts to follow relevant opportunities and candidates
- Recruit for active, proposal and talent pool positions using the world’s most popular development job board
- Identify partners and competitors using contract awards, shortlist announcements and our organization’s database
- Seamlessly collaborate with your global team
- Leverage industry-leading insights and analysis 

Join us to find out how 1,000+ leading development organizations worldwide are already leveraging Devex to hire top talent and win more new business.

This event is free for members and £150+VAT for non-members.
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High Exposure - Doug Scott in aid of Community Action Nepal

D Contemporary would like to invite you to the private view of High Exposure by Doug Scott. In aid of Community Action Nepal, Sponsored by WYG

Private View: 30th November 6:00 - 9pm
RSVP – sok@strategyinternational.co.uk

Spaces for the private view are limited so please remember to RSVP to guarantee entree

Exhibition dates: 1st December - 6th January

‘For the first time in Black and White, one of mountaineering’s greats – and outstanding mountain photographers – presents his unique image of the extreme beauty found amongst the world’s highest peaks. Doug Scott succeeds in capturing the geometry, texture and light of the heights in a truly inspiring way’.

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Doug Scott is one of the world’s outstanding mountaineers and a celebrated mountain photographer of international repute. Best known for the first ascent of Everest’s South West Face – or (Everest: The Hard Way) – he has made over 40 major first ascents in the Himalaya and Greater Ranges. He has exhibited and published widely but only now, for the first time, in timeless black and white.

The medium and scale of this exhibition delivers a profound perspective on the world’s highest places; communicating both the starkness and the subtlety of the mountain landscape; capturing the grain of rock, glittering crystals of ice and the infinite horizon under an ever changing sky.

IMF Briefing on Saudi Economy

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Speaker: Tim Callen, Assistant Director, IMF Middle East and Central Asia Department

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Tim Callen, Assistant Director in the IMF’s Middle East and Central Asia Department, and the IMF’s mission chief for Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has kindly agreed to give an informal briefing to BEI and SBJBC members on the latest IMF report on Saudi Arabia, and answer questions on the progress of recent reforms.

There will be no charge for Saudi British Joint Business Council and BEI members.  Non-members will be charged £50 plus VAT if places are available.

To register, please email Basma at basma@sbjbc.org (SBJBC members) and Margot at ms@strategyinternational.co.uk(BEI members and non-members)

United Smart Cities Program

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Speaker: Kari Aina Eik, Secretary General, Organization for International Economic Relations (OiER)

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We are very pleased to welcome Kari Aina Eik, Secretary General of the Organization for International Economic Relations (OiER), based in Vienna, to talk about the United Smart Cities program. The United Smart Cities program is a global initiative, established by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in cooperation with the OiER.  The main program objectives encompass promoting sustainable development and project in cities at a global level, supporting cities in transition and developing countries to develop smarter and more sustainable urban solutions, establishing a multi-stakeholder platform and content hub for smart city initiatives, identifying and developing new smart financing mechanism, especially for PPPs, and ensuring knowledge transfer to identify best practices and lessons learned among cities.

As well as Secretary General, Kari Aina Eik is a senior advisor to Governments and UN agencies for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, especially SDG 7, 9, 11 and 17.  She is the founder of the USC (United Smart Cities) program and the Co-Chair of U4SSC, United for Smart Sustainable Cities, and the leader of its new finance group, a global integrated UN initiative on urban development and Smart Cities.

She is currently the Co-Chair of REM, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Real Estate Advisory Board and leading its Working Group on urban development and smart cities.

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Professor Jim Saker: The Future of the Motor Industry – a threat or benefit to our economy and society?

Professor Jim Saker: The Future of the Motor Industry – a threat or benefit to our economy and society?

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Speaker: Professor Jim Saker, Director of the Centre for Automotive Management, Loughborough University

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Professor Jim Saker, Director of the Centre for Automotive Management, Loughborough Unicversity

From being instrumental in triggering the First World War to the hole in the ozone layer, from the sophistication of F1 to being a blunt instrument of terrorism, the motor industry has played a significant role in Western society for over 100 years. Future technological changes will present new challenges to the sector, society and Government. In this talk Prof Saker will explore the forces at work and the issues that will need to be addressed.

Professor Jim Saker is the Director of the Centre for Automotive Management at Loughborough University. He has been involved with the automotive industry for more than 20 years and is often found in the Automotive Industry Power 100, a listing of the top most influential people in the sector.

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Lord Henley: The UK's Industrial Strategy - Update

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Speaker: The Rt Hon. the Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy)

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The UK government’s Industrial Strategy, published in January 2017, centres around the aim of “creating an economy resilient to change and fit for the future”. It promises not to repeat the mistakes of the past, such as the failures of nationalised industries like British Leyland in the 1970s, but to learn from the successes of both the UK and of our overseas competitors.

Collaboration is very much the watchword of this strategy: policy will not be determined from Whitehall alone. Instead, government and industry will work in tandem to determine our national strengths and the means by which these can be supported, and to put in place institutions and relationships that will help to sustain an increase in productivity over time, taking their lead from the global success of the aerospace and automotive industries.

Now, almost a year after its release, we are delighted to be joined by The Rt Hon. the Lord Henley, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to provide us with an update into the progress of the strategy so far.

Lord Henley was appointed as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on 27 October 2017. He was a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions from 21 December 2016 to 15 June 2017, and a Lord in Waiting (Government Whip) from 21 November 2016 to 15 June 2017. Lord Henley served as Minister of State for Crime Prevention and Anti-Social Behaviour Reduction from September 2011 to September 2012. He served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from 2010 to 2011.

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UK - South Korea relations

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Speaker: H.E. Mr. Joonkook Hwang

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Over the course of the twentieth century, South Korea became the first country ever to go from being a major recipient of Western aid to a major OECD donor in developing countries. This period has also been marked by an ever-strengthening relationship between the UK and the Republic, typified by the EU-South Korea free trade agreement of 2011, estimated to be worth £500m to the UK per annum.

Now, at a time of particular turbulence in the region and uncertainty for the UK, the question of the relationship between the two countries is as pertinent as it has ever been.  We are delighted to welcome the His Excellency Mr Joonkook Hwang, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, to share his insight on the matter, and the potential future direction such a relationship may take. His role in London follows that most challenging of positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that of Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs. Prior to that, he has filled two roles at the UN and one in Saudi Arabia, and his last overseas position was that of Deputy Chief of Mission and Minister for Political Affairs in Washington.

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DFID: Meet the Head of Profession for Infrastructure

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Speaker: Mark Harvey, Head of Profession for Infrastructure, DFID

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We have been fortunate to host discussions with a number of the DFID Heads of Profession over the past few years. The Heads of Profession of the thirteen professional groups provide leadership on development issues in their areas of expertise and in a multi-disciplinary way. As such, these thought leadership discussions are an excellent way to understand the strategic issues in the different sectors DFID work in.

Creating sustainable infrastructure in emerging markets to support the new DFID Economic Development agenda is very important. We are therefore very pleased to welcome Mark Harvey, Head of Profession for Infrastructure at DFID, who last spoke to us in April 2016. Mark has worked for DFID (and before that, the UK’s ODA) since 1991. He graduated as a Civil Engineer in 1980, worked for consulting engineer firms in Zambia, the UAE and the UK primarily in the water sector. Following a Masters Degree in 1991 he has worked mostly on the UK’s country development programmes in India, Southern Africa, Nepal, Ethiopia, Afghanistan (twice) and Vietnam with occasional periods in HQ. His postings have increasingly taken him to fragile and conflict affected states, in line with DFID’s focus over the past decade.

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Graeme Purdy: Battery technology - where next and what are the implications?

Graeme Purdy: Battery technology - where next and what are the implications?

The Aga Khan Foundation: An Introduction then a Focus on Central Asia

The Aga Khan Foundation: An Introduction then a Focus on Central Asia

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Speaker: Dr Matt Reed, CEO, Aga Khan Foundation

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We are pleased to welcome Dr Matt Reed, CEO of the Aga Khan Foundation (UK), who will introduce the work of the AKF then focus on their programmes in the Central Asian countries of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.

AKF focusses on four thematic areas: rural development, health, education and civil society. Its activities are intended to improve the quality of life of beneficiary communities by assisting in the struggle against hunger, disease, illiteracy, ignorance and social exclusion. AKF is largely a field-based organisation with programme units located in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Kenya, the Kyrgyz Republic, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania and Uganda.

British Expertise International / D Group members: FREE
All others (including CATBIG members): £50+VAT

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Lord Lupton: How does the West survive the erosion of tax revenues from the multinational gig economy?

Lord Lupton: How does the West survive the erosion of tax revenues from the multinational gig economy?

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Charlie Elphicke MP: Meeting the Brexit borders challenge

Charlie Elphicke MP: Meeting the Brexit borders challenge

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Charles Farr CMG OBE: Targeting Extremism - how business can help

Charles Farr CMG OBE: Targeting Extremism - how business can help

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Jane Corbin: North Korea’s Nuclear Trump Card

Jane Corbin: North Korea’s Nuclear Trump Card

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Dr. Ziya Meral: How violence shapes religion: Re-thinking religion, violence and conflict

Dr. Ziya Meral: How violence shapes religion: Re-thinking religion, violence and conflict

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Oliver Cornock: MENA Outlook 2018

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Speaker: Oliver Cornock, Managing Editor for the Middle East, Oxford Business Group

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British Expertise International - Middle East Access Group will be hosting a Business Briefing entitled MENA Outlook 2018 on Wednesday 31st January 2018 starting at 4pm. The aim of the briefing is to provide a current review of the MENA region and what 2018 could hold in store for British business - a sort of  "crystal ball look at 2018".  Topics to include Defence & Security, ISIS, Brexit and Middle East , Oil, Gas & Renewables, as well as a Political & Economic overview. 

We are pleased to confirm that Oliver Cornock,  Managing Editor for the Middle East at the Oxford Business Group will speak and has kindly agreed Chair the panel. Other panellists include John Hamilton, Director at Cross Border Information, and Frank Gardner the BBC's Security Correspondent. Other panellists will be confirmed in due course.

We do hope that you will be able to join us.

Members - No charge
Non - Members £50.00 + VAT

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Bernard Jenkin MP: Ensuring capacity to handle Brexit

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Speaker: Bernard Jenkin MP, Chair, Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee

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Few would care to predict what stage or phase we will be at and how things will stand on Brexit in over two months’ time.  But confusion and division will probably remain as strong as ever, and whatever form of Brexit we finally end up with, and with whoever in charge, we are going to need to devote considerable resources to making it work.

Bernard Jenkin was a leave campaigner and is chair of the steering committee of the European Research Group of MPs. He has been a Conservative MP since 1992 (now for Harwich and North Essex), and was one the “Maastricht Rebels” in John Major’s government; he is a former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and has also served as Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, as Shadow Regions Secretary and as Shadow Energy Minister.  He has been Chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee since 2010.  Their “Civil Service Effectiveness Enquiry” is under way – the deadline for written submissions being 1st December 2017 – and it will focus on how Ministers and civil servants work together, and on the Civil Service’s capability and capacity to cope with leaving the EU. Having previously worked with Ford, 3i, and Legal and General, Bernard will be equally interested in Brexit’s resource implications for the private sector. This will be an important, lively, and perhaps not uncontroversial event for all with concerns in these areas

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Meredith Preston McGhie: Shifting sands – security dynamics in the Horn of Africa and the limits of peace-making

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Speaker: Meredith Preston McGhie, Regional Director, Africa, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue

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The peace and security outlook for the Horn of Africa remains to be a topic of deep unrest. Conflict, instability deepening hostilities between various of its members, in addition to fragile peace agreements have left the region in a state of violent turmoil and under the threat a looming humanitarian crisis. Multiple efforts have been made to appease the situation, yet with a protracted state collapse in Somalia, bouts of turbulence between North and South Sudan, and poor relationships between many other nations, the outcome seems bleak.

The Inter-Governmental Authority on Development for Africa, (IGAD), has been tasked with the prevention, management and resolution of violent conflict in this region steeped in warfare and although visible progress to resolve conflict and support recovery has been made, still there is a long way to go.

Meredith Preston McGhie joined HD in 2007 and became the organisation’s Africa Regional Director in 2011. She has facilitated several of HD’s discreet engagements in the region, and manages a range of mediation processes for HD. She focuses on several thematic areas including violent extremism, elections, inclusion of different actors and political transitions. While with HD, she has acted as an advisor to Kofi Annan as part of the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation process, and to the UN during the Djibouti process for Somalia. Prior to joining HD, Meredith held several positions with the UN in Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Kosovo and Iraq in post conflict reconstruction and DDR.

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Amr Al-Dabbagh: Omnipreneurship. An Organized Approach to Living a Life of Meaning

Amr Al-Dabbagh: Omnipreneurship. An Organized Approach to Living a Life of Meaning

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Speaker: Amr Al-Dabbagh, Chairman & CEO, Al Dabbagh Group

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An omnipreneur takes an entrepreneurial approach to every aspect of life—work, family, community, health, finances, spirituality, and more. CEO, past government official, and philanthropist Amr Al-Dabbagh shares his leadership model for using omnipreneurship to improve our lives and our world.

Amr Al-Dabbagh was Governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) for eight years, with a rank of minister. During his tenure, Mr Al-Dabbagh launched the “10 x 10” initiative to position Saudi Arabia among the top ten most competitive investment destinations by the year 2010; by the end of Mr Al-Dabbagh’s second term, Saudi Arabia was ranked eleventh in The World Bank’s Doing Business report.  Mr Al-Dabbagh also launched the world’s first economic cities, some of which are publicly traded on the Saudi Stock Exchange.

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Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe: What we need and can offer business

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Speaker: Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe, Chair, West Yorkshire Combined Authority

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We look forward to welcoming Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe, Chair of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, to lead discussion regarding what her region can offer business and what they need. With a history of successful devolution deals, the Combined Authority continues to work closely with the government to develop a strong, successful economy in West Yorkshire. Councillor Hinchcliffe believes the region has much to offer national and international investors, as it is a region full of ambitious, dynamic people and businesses.

The Combined Authority unites the public and business sectors through a governing board of nine political leaders and a chair from the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP). The Combined Authority has a vision of economic growth in its respective regions, as it desires to raise the quality of life of its people by creating an environment in which businesses can grow and jobs can be created. The Combined Authority has signed a £1-billion Growth Deal with the LEP to create thousands of jobs and increase economic growth across the region over the next 20 years. 

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Lord Maude: Upskilling the Civil Service

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Speaker: The Rt Hon. the Lord Maude of Horsham

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Earlier this year the pilot report of the new International Civil Service Effectiveness (InCiSE) Index offered an independent comparison of performance on the core functions that every civil service delivers, such as policy advice and fiscal and financial management, alongside important attributes, such as openness, integrity, and inclusiveness.  The UK Civil Service appeared as one of the leading countries in the Index, ranking fourth overall. So, a very good result, but we’d like to come first of course. One area in which improvements can certainly be made is the skills base and this ranges right across the Civil Service space and at all levels.

We are delighted to welcome back Lord Francis Maude who has led illuminating discussions at the D Group three times already. A familiar face in British public life, he entered Parliament in 1983 and rose quickly to hold numerous senior posts in government and opposition. These included Minister of State for Europe, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Shadow Chancellor and Shadow Foreign Secretary, Minister for the Cabinet Office, and Minister of State for Trade and Investment. He stepped down from the latter role and frontline politics last year and has taken on a number of roles in business.

Lord Maude’s 2012 plan for reforming the civil service focused on a series of practical actions including steps to improve the skills, abilities and performance of civil servants, management practices, and the delivery of major projects. This, together with his extensive background in government and politics and wide experience of working with the civil service give him an excellent viewpoint from which to discuss how best to make sure the civil service has the skills it needs now and in the future.

We are sure he will have firm and interesting views and we look forward to hearing them.

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Anna Soubry MP: The best solution for Britain

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Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Anna Soubry MP

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In February 2018 the UK will be just over a year out from the date set for leaving the European Union. What this departure means for this country is however still woefully unclear: from immigration to tariffs, security to education, the overall impression is of a government that is fundamentally divided on the issues central to the most important political development of our time.

UK businesses are rightly concerned over this continued lack of clarity, and its inevitable consequences for their operating models, and with time for debate swiftly running out, we are delighted to welcome Anna Soubry MP to lay out her vision for Britain’s future. Anna has been outspoken in her support for both the Remain campaign and the EU in general, and, if the Independent’s take is anything to go by, we should be in for a candid and insightful discussion: Soubry, they contend, has “a record of unusually free speech”.

Anna Soubry has been the MP for Broxtowe in Nottinghamshire since 2010. In that time, she has served in ministerial positions in the Department of Health, the Ministry of Defence – where she was the first female politician to hold a ministerial position – and the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills prior to its disbanding in 2016. Prior to her political career, she spent fifteen years as a journalist and broadcaster, before being called to the bar in 1995, after which she served as a criminal barrister in Nottingham until her election.

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Alex Chisholm: Working with business to implement the Industrial Strategy

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Speaker: Alex Chisholm, Permanent Secretary, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Roughly a year after the release of the government’s Industrial Strategy, we welcome Alex Chisholm, the Permanent Secretary of BEIS, to share his insights as to how business can help to implement this strategy and its central aim, the creation of “an economy resilient to change and fit for the future”. Collaboration is very much the watchword of this strategy: policy will not be determined from Whitehall alone. Instead, government and industry will work in tandem to determine our national strengths and the means by which these can be supported, and to put in place institutions and relationships that will help to sustain an increase in productivity over time, taking their lead from the global success of the aerospace and automotive industries.

Prior to his role at BEIS, Alex Chisholm was the Permanent Secretary of the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the Chief Executive of the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority. He began his career at the Department of Trade and Industry, followed by spells at Pearson Plc and the Financial Times.

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Kevin Courtney

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Speaker: Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary, NEU

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As future skills shortages are being widely discussed in the press, we are delighted to welcome Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the newly-formed National Education Union, to give us his take on what shape the Education sector should take after Brexit.

The National Education Union was formed on 1st September 2017 through the merger of the National Union of Teachers and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, becoming the biggest union of teachers and educators in Europe. It represents some 450,000 teachers, as well as other education workers such as teaching assistants and support staff.

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