Actions and Detail Panel
SEBC: Importance of working together to secure inward investment into the U...
Thu 16 March 2017, 08:30 – 10:30 GMT
Our Senior Executive Breakfast Clubs are a unique peer-to-peer networking platform for life sciences senior execs with all discussions held under Chatham House Rules which ensures full, frank and useful disclosure.
Our presenters on the day will be leading a discussion on: ‘The importance of working together to secure inward investment into the UK’
With competition from other European Life Science clusters continuing to intensify and the UK’s departure from the European Union presenting a long-term challenge to our Life Science industry, it is of increasing importance for academics, clusters and companies to adopt a collaborative approach.
We will discuss ideas for how can we establish a culture of UK-first in terms of inward investment, what mechanisms need to be put in place, who are the contributors / drivers and what role should public sector bodies play in this process?
Our panel of high level speakers so far includes:
Jon Mowles, Life Sciences Sector Specialist at Department for International Trade
Helen Miller-Viney, Senior BDM at Business Birmingham
John Harris, CEO at OBN
08:30 – Registration and breakfast
09.00 – Welcome from OBN
09.10 – Keynote presentations
09:40 – Q&A and round-table discussions
10.30 – Wrap up and close