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
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 and the growing likelihood of a trade war will be addressed as Simon considers whether these changes pose an opportunity or a threat to Jersey.
A panel discussion will consider the role and challenges for business leaders in growing and developing their organisation for a future in Jersey. Addressing issues such as technology, employee engagement, making a difference and leadership development will be:
- Sir Peter Wall, ex Chief of the British Army and CEO of Amicus, a specialist leadership consultancy.
- Charlie Parker, Chief Executive of the States of Jersey
- Andrew McLaughlin, Chief Executive Officer, RBS International
Opportunity to question the speakers will be built in to the session.
11.00: Close, coffee, networking