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31 January 2017

Warwick Midlands Network present: Globalisation v Localisation

Free Event • Registration Required

With the recent UK referendum result where the majority of the UK population voted to leave the EU by 52% voting Yes, to 48% voting No, the U.S. election result where Donald Trump has been elected as the new President of one of the world's greatest super-powers, both coupled with the rising tide of anti-establishment and nationalistic parties coming to the fore in the continent of Europe, we ask the question:

Has Globalisation as a universal project began to falter, with National and Local currents rising to fill the void?

We will be welcoming a panel of local industry specialists to discuss, debate and answer the questions that will affect the region.

Agenda

Experts will debate and discuss the topics of economic, financial, social and political impact from a pro-globalisation and pro-localisation perspective.

18:00  Arrival, Registration and Refreshments

18:30  Experts’ introduction and personal approach to the subject

19:00  Chaired panel with pre-selected questions for all panel members

19:20  Question & Answer Session - Open to audience participation

19:30  Networking & Refreshments

20:30  Close

Hosted at The Studio, Birmingham - please find travel details here.

// With

Richard Butler, Director - West Midlands & Oxfordshire at CBI

 

Simon Topman, CEO, ACME Whistles & Chair Trustee of Millenium Point

Professor Tahir Abbas, Senior Research Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London

// Where

7 Cannon Street
Birmingham
B2 5EP
United Kingdom Get directions »

// When

Tuesday 31 January 2017, 18:30 - 20:30

// Contact

oliver.campton@wbs.ac.uk
024 765 51613

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