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Creative disruption | It is not a passing phase

Logo - CWN_RGB_72The programme for the 3rd CWN conference on the 5th February is impressive. “Creative Disruption” is not a passing phase and if you are not involved then watch out. New business models will reach your clients faster and with better intelligence to offer them what they really want leaving you behind. 

Creative Disruption is being driven by men and women as such this conference is open to men and women.

An impressive programme needs first rate speakers and we have them – key notes and panellists.
Key notes include
Bill Winters – ex JP Morgan banker to entrepreneur via the Vickers Commission
Gerard Lyons – currently economic advisor to Mayor of London
Annoushka Doucas – co founder of Links now co founder of her own luxury jewellery brand

Three panels look at :
– the entrepreneurs at the coal face of this business model revolution  – who dares wins- with Giles Andrews (Zopa): Julia Grinham co founder of Upper Street and Elizabetta Camilleri co founder of SalesGossip
– the not for profit on how creativity is changing the face of philanthropy with Adele Blakebrough MBE and CEO of Social Business Trust; Monique Villa CEO Thomson Reuters Foundation and Fiona Jarvis Founder of Blue Badge Style
– university and corporate venturing – how big business is suc seeding innovation and growth with Gary Dushnitsky, Professor at London Business School and academic guru on corporate ventures, Marion Bernard – Regional Director of the Business Growth Fund and Dr Richard Jennings – Deputy Director for Cambridge Enterprise.

Go to http://www.citywomen.org to register your place now!

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