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Tue, 16 Jul

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La Goccia

Boardwave dinner debate: Managing for growth in a year of political change

Join us for dinner to delve into what it means to run a business in the year of elections. Come to discuss the likely impact of political change in the UK, US and Europe and how business leaders should navigate these times of political and economic uncertainty.

Boardwave dinner debate: Managing for growth in a year of political change
Boardwave dinner debate: Managing for growth in a year of political change

Time & Place

16 Jul 2024, 18:30 – 22:00

La Goccia , 2 Floral St, London WC2E 9FB, UK

Members Registered to Attend

About the event

Host:

Phill Robinson: Founder & CEO, Boardwave

Speakers:

Sam Cunningham: CEO, PoliMonitor

Emily Wallace: Managing Director, Inflect Partners

Sponsor: ECI Partners

What to expect at a Boardwave dinner

The secret sauce to a really great networking dinner is the calibre of people you meet, the quality of the discussion, which is interesting and thought-provoking and finally the dining experience, whether it's at a smart venue, or Michelin Star restaurant. If you bring all these things together everyone has a great time, learns a little and meets new friends and colleagues.

Managing for growth in a year of political turmoil

2024 is set to be a big year for elections. There are 64 countries going to the polls this year, which will affect nearly half the world’s population. On top of that, the UK and US elections are taking place in the same year for the first time since 1992 -  two events which will undoubtedly cause seismic waves in the economic landscape.

Political uncertainty and change is one of the key drivers of financial markets movement. What impact will we feel in the UK and Europe? How will this affect businesses, particularly fundraising and deal making? And what can founders and CEOs do to prepare,  protect and plan for growth in the face of uncertainty?

Join us for what we anticipate will be a lively debate on one of the hottest business topics in 2024.

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