Inside the Minds of Business Leaders 2017

Inside the Minds of Business Leaders 2017

Our second series of Inside the Minds of Business Leaders events has completed for 2017.

During these events – attended by over 500 business people from across the region – we launched the 2017 findings of our tailored research conducted in partnership with Ipsos MORI, which uncovered the key challenges, opportunities and strategies faced by East Anglian business leaders in recent times.

Presented by Matt Painter of Ipsos MORI and chaired by Martin Clapson, Managing Director at Price Bailey, the findings provoked some very interesting discussions and gave our panel of experts a lot to talk about.
View the event press releases here:

Inside the Minds of Business Leaders 2017 Report 

 

Download the report

 

 

Following the success of last years inaugural event, Price Bailey and Ipsos MORI will offer a complimentary evening with fresh perspectives on the future of owner managed businesses in our region.

Once again, the event brings together senior business leaders and renowned business experts with valuable insights to share.

Combining the results of our extensive research with their own experiences, our panel of experts will discuss the latest economic and political developments, and consider what businesses like yours can expect from the UK and international business environment going forward.

“Insightful, informative presentation together with engaging and lively discussion”.

Feedback from the 2016 event.

Together in this interactive forum we will investigate a range of challenges faced by owner manager businesses, and offer practical advice on how to navigate your organisation through uncertainty, looking at strategies for successful growth, competitive advantage and market disruption from your peers.

 

Our expert panel includes

James Sproule

Former Chief Economist and Director of Policy, Institute of Directors

James SprouleJames was Chief Economist and Director of Policy for the IoD from 2014 to 2017. Prior to the IoD he was with Accenture, where he was UK and Global Capital Markets Research Lead. He has been an entrepreneur, investment banker and naval officer.

 

Tim Pike

Deputy Agent for the South East and East Anglia at the Bank of England

martin-cTim is based in Cambridge and took up his current position of Deputy Agent for the Bank of England, South East and East Anglia regions in 2005. Tim acts as the Bank’s “eyes and ears” in these regions.

 

Matthew Painter

Deputy Managing Director, Ipsos MORI Reputation Centre

matt-pMatt is Deputy Managing Director of the Ipsos MORI Reputation Centre in London and a member of Ipsos MORI’s UK Public Affairs Management Board. Matt has specialised in corporate brand and reputation for 15 years.

 

Martin Clapson

Managing Director, Partner, Price Bailey

martin-c Martin is the Managing Director of Price Bailey, Head of International Services and is responsible for the strategic development of the firm. He also holds the role of acting Global Chairman of IAPA, The International Association of Professional Accountants.

 

Agenda

  • Arrival and registration: 5.30pm.
  • Presentation and Q&A: 6.00pm – 7.30pm.
  • Networking and catering: 7.30pm onwards.

 

How to book

As places at these FREE events are expected to fill quickly and we have limited availability at each venue, we recommend that you reserve your place early to avoid disappointment.

 

Norwich

5.30pm, Thursday 28th September

Dunston HallDunston Hall
Ipswich Rd
Norwich
NR14 8PQ
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Event ended.

 

London – Sold out

5.30pm, Tuesday 10th October

London IODInstitute of Directors
116 Pall Mall
London
SW1Y 5ED
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Cambridge

5.30pm, Tuesday 17th October

Wellcome Trust GenomeWellcome Genome Campus
Conference Centre
Hinxton
Cambridge
CB10 1RQ
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