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Global Annual Conference 2022

  • Thursday 30 June 2022
  • QEII Conference Centre, London
The Conference is one of the main events in the business calendar and attracts senior cabinet ministers, policy makers and business leaders.

Featuring high-level keynotes, expert panel sessions, practical roundtable discussions and networking, it will be a highly interactive even discussing today’s most important issues that drive our national economy.

2022 themes will include:

  • Sustainable Trade: Developing suitable environmental and societal policies to reduce barriers to trade, drive growth in the global economy and drive innovation in green industries leading to opportunities for growth in new and exciting global markets and a successful and inclusive green economy.
  • Skills and Social Values: Developing a strategic approach to talent development and management to ensure a resilient and sustainable skilled workforce that meets the needs and demands of a changing environment and increasing call that companies redress the balance between a volume and a value-driven economy.
  • Green Innovation: Exploring the challenges and opportunities of Climate transition for businesses of all shapes and sizes, to successfully meet the needs of a low-carbon economy.

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