Enterprise Week 2017 – Keynote Event – The Future of Enterprise in Jersey

Enterprise Week 2017 – Keynote Event – The Future of Enterprise in Jersey : Tuesday 16 May

The ‘Future of Enterprise in Jersey’ is the opportunity for business leaders and owners to consider and discuss how to navigate the turmoil in global politics, the subsequent impact on the economic environment and the repercussions for Jersey.

The agenda for the Keynote event will be:

07.45 – 08.30: Arrival and breakfast pastries

08.30: Welcome

Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst will present an overview of the structure and health of Jersey’s current business and economic landscape.

BBC’s Business Editor Simon Jack will discuss the global political and economic shifts and how they are shaping the economic outlook. The impact of Brexit, Trump, the EU and China will be examined as Simon  considers whether these changes pose an opportunity or a threat to Jersey.

Nick Ogden, Founder WorldPay and Clear Bank will explain how global shifts and advancements in technology are shaping business and consumer behaviour. Nick will talk about the impact of technology on everything from banking to mobile payments and whether they pose an opportunity or a threat to Jersey.

Opportunity to question the speakers.

11.00: Close, coffee, networking

For more information and to book, visit: https://www.jerseybusiness.je/events/future-enterprise-jersey-2/

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