Northern Ireland Economic Conference
05 September 2011
The Northern Ireland Economic Conference, now in its 16th year, is scheduled to take place on 4th October in the Culloden Hotel, Belfast.
It is unique in providing a one day forum for leaders of organisations across all sectors to take a day out to examine the performance of and prospects for the local economy. This year's conference will take the theme 'rebuilding and rebalancing the Northern Ireland economy' and will examine how the focus of the local economy can be moved towards greater private sector growth with an emphasis on building a strong export-led economy.
Featured speakers include:
Stephen Farry MLA (Minister for Employment and Learning)
Robert Chote (Chairman, Office for Budget Responsibility)
Graham Gudgin (Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge)
Neil Gibson (Director of Regional Services, Oxford Economics)
Esmond Birnie (Chief Economist, PwC Lars Hougaard, Project Finance, Western European Department, European Investment Bank
Delegate fees apply. For further information log onto www.bmfconferences.com