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EVENT DETAILS                          MAY 11 - 12  2016

The 2016 Annual Transatlantic Business Conference seeks to address what challenges cities and business face in the changing world that we live. Cities can bring prosperity and opportunity and be exciting places to live. All of this attracts talent which in turn generates significant economic output. However, urbanization also brings great challenges, from increasing pressure on infrastructure and services, to managing risk. This event is the must attend of the year for representatives and policymakers looking to discover cutting edge solutions for smarter and more agile environments, and those looking to meet and interact with the organizations reshaping the environments in which we work and influential leaders shaping direction for business and government.
Registration and Information:
To register, see the suggested hotels and for other information, visit the  2016 BABC Transatlantic Conference website.2016 BABC Transatlantic Conference website.
Conference Venue:
Held at the stunning News UK building in London Bridge directly over-looking the River Thames. Ideally placed in the heart of London this venue with its panoramic view of the City of London facilitates a positive and interactive environment for sharing thought leadership.
Event Programme:
The full day conference will include a program of high profile speakers across four key topic areas:
  • Reviving the Economy as well as Politics
  • Infrastructure, investment and our built environment
  • Urban security in the digital age
  • Innovation and technology- driving sustainability and resilience
Networking Opportunities:
  • A Welcome Reception the evening of 11th May
  • An Awards Dinner on the evening of 12th May celebrating excellence and achievement in exporting and inward investment to the UK 
Business Development:
A sell-out of this event is excpected and there are great opportunities for business networking with BAB members as well as participants from BABC chapters.
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