Dear Members and Followers,
Please find below a selection of upcoming complimentary events, in chronological order, that might be of interest. We have a limited number of places available for HBA-UK members. If you would like to receive more information or attend any of the below-mentioned events, please kindly contact us via our website.
Health Tourism in Greece Conference
The International Health Tourism Center and Central Union of Municipalities of Greece, in association with the London School of Economics, organize this conference on “Health tourism in Greece”. The purpose of the conference is to highlight the prospects and investment opportunities of Health Tourism in Greece; as an attractive health tourism destination globally. Greece is an ideal place to revive one patient from a treatment; while Greece’s hotel infrastructure and hosting services are of the highest standard.
– Event: Health Tourism in Greece Conference
– Date: 23 November 2018, Friday
– Time: 18:00-21:00
– Venue: London School of Economics
– Address: Hong Kong Amphitheatre, Clement House, LSE, London WC2B 4JF
Lord Mayor’s Digital Skills Summit
The Lord Mayor of London, Alderman Peter Estlin, will host a “Digital Skills Summit” at the Mansion House. The event will explore the opportunities and challenges of digital and technological transformation. The Summit, which will take place between 8.30am and 12.30pm, will use a programme of keynote speakers and breakout and panel sessions to look at how the City of London can best attract, develop and nurture the digital talent of the future. The audience will include leaders from across the private, not-for-profit and public sectors, including tech companies, fintech investors, educators and public policy makers.
– Event: Lord Mayor’s Digital Skills Summit
– Date: 30 November 2018, Friday
– Time: 08:30 – 12:30
– Venue: Mansion House
– Address: Mansion House, London, EC4N 8BH
Cyprus: Interweaving Extroversion with Aspiration
The Economist Events present their 3rd annual event, entitled “Cyprus: Interweaving extroversion with aspiration”. Cyprus has made significant progress towards improving its business environment, restoring the competitiveness of its economy and attracting foreign investment. Nevertheless, the Cypriot banking system is still facing a high ratio of NPLs, while the energy exploration process in the region has recently triggered geopolitical tension, in relation to Turkey’s claims. A major challenge is also Brexit and its implications with regards to the UK-EU relations.
– Event: Cyprus: Interweaving Extroversion with Aspiration
– Date: 5 December 2018, Wednesday
– Time: 08:30 – 14.45 (networking luncheon 14:00)
– Venue: London Stock Exchange
– Address: 10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS
HBA-UK Executive Committee