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Whither Europe?

Global Business Symposium at Cambridge Judge Business School to tackle the challenges of doing business in Europe today

Whither europeThe Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School is holding the latest CIBAM Global Business Symposium on 21 June 2013.

The title of this year’s symposium is Whither Europe? and it aims to bring together leading business people, academics and policy makers to discuss the challenges of doing business in Europe against the backdrop of the Eurozone crisis. The speakers will discuss the implications of the current challenges for businesses and propose solutions by and for business.

Speakers at the symposium include:

  • Professor Patrizio Bianchi, University Studi di Ferrara
  • Mr Ian Daly, Former Chairman of Lindley Group Holdings
  • Professor Saul Estrin, London School of Economics
  • Mr Martin Gilbert, Chief Executive, Aberdeen Asset Management
  • Professor Noreena Hertz, Associate Director, CIBAM
  • Mr David Howarth, Former MP for Cambridge
  • Mr Michael Kitson, University of Cambridge
  • Dr David Jakubovic, Procter and Gamble
  • Mr Theodore Kyriakou, Group CEO, Antenna Group
  • Mr Andrew Morgan, President – New Businesses, Diageo
  • Dr Anthony Papadimitriou, President, Onassis Foundation, Athens
  • Dr Christos Pitelis, Director of CIBAM
  • Professor Vicky Pryce, Former Joint Head of the Government Economic Service and author of Greekonomics
  • Mr David Roth, CEO, EMEA and Asia, The Store – WPP
  • Professor Alan Rugman, Henley Business School
  • Professor Hans Schenk, Utrecht University and Social & Economic Council of the Netherlands
  • Mr Andrew Smith, Chief Economist, KPMG

The symposium starts with registration and coffee at 08:45 and closes at 18:45 with a drinks reception and dinner to follow at Christ’s College, Cambridge.

The CIBAM Global Business Symposia convene every year at Cambridge. The purpose of the Global Business Symposia is to encourage the free flow of information and discussion between the senior business, academic and political communities.