"Performing Today" versus "Investing for Tomorrow"

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Start Date: 06 Nov 2014

Start Time: 6:30 PM

End Time: 9:00 PM

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Capacity: 100

Venue: University of Brighton, Mithras House, Brighton, BN2 4AT › View map

Admission price: £10.00

Event Capacity: Full
The Professional Association Cross Sector Networking Events (Bi-Annual)

The University of Brighton Business School in association with several local branches of professional associations (ACCA, CIM, CIPD, CIMA, CII, IFA, CMI, IOD and the Law Society) will co-host two evening networking events a year with the following aims: 

• Opportunities for cross sector networking & exchange of relevant sector information
• Share best business practice & provide for continuing professional development (CPD) 

The title and speaker for this event will be confirmed shortly.

Programme

 6.30 - 7.05  Registration and networking with (tea/coffee and nibbles)
 7.05 - 7.10  Welcome by Professor Aidan Berry (Director of Brighton Business School)
 7.10 – 7.15  Speaker introductions by Stephanie Clackworthy of CIMA
 7.15 - 8.15  Presentation: John Mardle ‘Performing Today’ versus ‘Investing for Tomorrow’
 8.15 - 9.10  Buffet networking reception
 9.10 - 9.15  Depart

 

John Mardle

John is a member of the Genesis Group that informs and influences the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee when it meets quarterly and in that capacity he also regularly meets leading MP’s like Vince Cable and Michael Fallon. John has also been a panellist and facilitator at recent Lloyds FD Game plan events and regularly submits articles that are published in the likes of GTnews, Treasury Today, CIMA FM, FX-MM, and is an expert on ‘Managing the Financial Supply Chain’ (re-the transactional efficiency and change management of Working Capital) the bi-annual publication of the same name is due January 2015.

Recent corporate work has included ITV Plc., Astrium Satellites and DHL, while in the SME sector working capital strategy has been developed with organisations from all sectors including financial services, manufacturing, construction and telecoms.

     

Facilities

  • Refreshments provided
  • Parking

Enquiries contact

Questions about this event should be addressed to Eszter Molnar Mills at eszter.molnarmills@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 020 7416 6648.

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