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Beyond The City
London, United Kingdom - 24/06/2015
Conference / congress

The report will deliver insights into expected trends for the UK economy over the next five years, examining three sectors in particular: manufacturing, energy and environment, creative and digital sectors. The report briefing will be led by Sir Terry Leahy, who will be joined by a senior government minister and followed by a panel discussion with a handful of leading UK business figures and a VIP audience.

Register to the IFB Business Club to receive an invitation to watch the event live as we stream direct from London Stock Exchange to your desk and hear news about panellists and attendees as it breaks.


08:40 - 09:40 (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, EC4M

FREE: ?00.00

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