Partner Events

WEDNESDAY 18TH NOVEMBER

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Breakfast Networking Event (Bring your own Breakfast!)

Wednesday 18th November | 7:30am

#BI20.2 would like to invite you to a very special network breakfast event (you’ll need to provide breakfast!) which we’re hosting with Business breakthrough and South Cheltenham Business network, two well supported Gloucestershire Business networks that meet in the third week of each month as a normal schedule.

We’ll be hearing from some of the great businesses who are contributing to our Online Festival of Business & Innovation and the meeting is the very first event of #BI20.2 and kicks off two days packed full of content fro across Gloucestershire and wider, with LIVEstream panel content from Cheltenham Town Hall, our LIVEtalk Forum series on video conference and soe great discussions, partner and fringe events through the two days.

Our all-new online exhibition is available to meet some great businesses – you have a look around that from ow until the end of December by visiting:

http://bit.ly/BI20-2_Exhibition

We’re looking forward to seeing you bright and early on Wednesday 18th November at 07:30. There are no costs to joining us and it should be a great start to a busy couple of #BI20.2 days.

THURSDAY 19TH NOVEMBER

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- Business Insights International Networking

Thursday 19th November | 3:30pm

Ms. Baer is the President of Personal Cities, a smart city company dedicated to “imagining the city as it will be.” She works to enroll every stakeholder toward a shared sense of now—toward safe, prosperous, happy communities.

She is a champion of creative collaboration between the public and private sector and has worked with city leaders, worldwide for over 20 years. Through stakeholder engagement, social inclusion and the acceleration of innovative technologies, Ms. Baer inspires coordinated action to make cities smarter.

We would like to invite you to our Business Insights International SME network meeting special event hosted by our partners Personal Cities based in Washington DC.  When you land on Personal Cities’ homepage, you are met with the question:

Where will your city be in five years?  

In twenty? 

How can you shape its future?

Every city leader should find new collaborations to build its identity and an enduring, trusting connection to its community. 

www.personalcities.org

Sandra Baer, CEO of Personal Cities, chairs a special BIISN business networking event open to all our UK and international partners to ask some challenging questions, to create connections and to bring a wider perspective on how we want to see our cities and communities develop into the coming decades. 

Be ready to bring your ideas to the conversation:  What cities are seizing the opportunity to take bigger, bolder actions toward true smart city transformation.?

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