Inline at Conservative Party Conference - The Sharing Economy: driving UK jobs and growth?

by Inline Policy on 28 Sep 2014

Following on from our event on Tuesday 23 September at the Labour Party conference, we have assembled another panel of leading thinkers on the sharing economy for an event at the Conservative Party conference on Monday 29 September. We will be discussing a number of issues such as the economic opportunity for the UK, and some of the emerging regulatory themes in the sharing economy.

Event details

Date: Monday 29 September 2014

Time: 12.30-14.00

Venue: Soprano Room, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Birmingham (light lunch provided)

(Please note that this event is being held in the secure zone and a Conservative Party conference pass is therefore required for entry).

Panellists

Arnaud Bertrand - Founder & President, HouseTrip
Will Hutton - Chair, Big Innovation Centre
Mike Masserman - Director of International Government Relations, Lyft
Stian Westlake - Executive Director, Policy and Research, Nesta
Debbie Wosskow - CEO, Love Home Swap

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Topics: UK politics, UK business, Big Tech, Economic policy

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