8:30 – 3:30pm
No.2 Royal Mint Court
London EC3N 4QN
The BCC’s annual conference is now one of the biggest events on the industry calendar, and this year’s stellar line up of respected and influential speakers is set to make it the best ever. Main sponsor is Kimberly Clark Professional. Mitie CEO Ruby McGregor-Smith and Easy Jet’s Tony Anderson are just two of the key speakers, MC will be Alan Dedicoat, and delegates can look forward to a full day of presentations and networking with some of the industry’s biggest movers.
We’ve made this month’s BCC newsletter ‘The Voice’ a conference special and it contains more in depth details about the key speakers and what delegates can look forward to on the day. Also, there’s an exclusive interview with Chairman Doug Cooke, who talks about what the theme ‘Changing Perceptions’ means to him. It will really whet the appetite for the event and can be read here: The Voice Conference Special
Ruby McGregor-Smith,CBE – CEO of Mitie Group PLC
She is the only Asian female chief executive of a FTSE 250 company and was awarded a CBE in 2012 for services to business and promoting diversity. It is a huge honour to have her speaking at the conference. As a female heading a top company her experiences will chime well with this year’s theme of changing perceptions.
Tony Anderson – Former Sales and Marketing Director for EasyJet
He worked closely with Stelios to launch and build the company into a major force in European aviation. Drawing extensively on his experiences working for easyJet as a start-up Tony talks about how small and medium size companies can take on the big guys (the corporate gorillas) and win.
Peter Spalton – Business Development Coach – First Impressions Count – Workshop
Master the techniques of business networking with Peter Spalton a well-respected expert on human interaction, social skills and non-verbal communication. At this fun, interactive event, you will learn the tools and techniques to ensure you make the right first impression .
Full List of This Year’s Speakers
The 2014 Conference features an outstanding array of speakers and presentations. A full list of speakers and their biography’s can be found here:- Speakers’ Information
Key Sponsor – Kimberly Clark Professional
The Healthy Workplace Project* is a wellness programme designed and run by Kimberly Clark Professional* to educate and motivate employees to prevent the spread of germs. Creating a healthy workplace increases employee engagement, reduces absenteeism and increases productivity.
Industry Question Time Panel
Doug Cooke – Chairman BCC Chris Cracknell – OCS, Alice Teague – Equality and Human Rights
*£10 from each ticket sale goes directly to this year’s conference charity The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Deadline for tickets is 24th October
TO PURCHASE TICKETS AND FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Call: 0203 468 0923
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Dexter House is conference and exhibition venue located in Royal Mint Court EC3N 4QN – a gated business community across the road from the Tower of London. The venue overlooks a peaceful grass square behind the splendid Johnson Smirke Building. It spreads across three floors of flexible event spaces, one of which is a conference suite for up to 300 delegates, with an adjacent exhibition/lounge area available for exclusive use. Nearest stations are Tower Hill and Tower Gateway, with London City Airport just a short distance.
There are many great places to eat and drink near the venue, for a full list click here:- Bars and Restaurants near Dexter House
- Tower Hill – Circle line between Monument and Aldgate, Also, Tower Gateway on the Dockland light Railway
- There is a NCP car park situated within close proximity to Dexter House in Whitechapel. For further details visit www.ncp.co.uk
- There are a number of hotels in the area. We suggest using this site www.hotelmap.com as it will have all the up to date information you need.
- Dexter House sits on many bus routes, including the 42, 78,
15 and RV1. Bus Stop TE/TN/TH/TA. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for details