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Warwick Congress 2020

Event from Warwick Congress

Saturday 22 February 2020, 9am - 5pm

Warwick Business School (WBS)

The Warwick Congress Conference is our annual flagship event that collates a year of events, discussion and content into a weekend of talks and debates from renowned keynote speakers. Our past speakers have included many renowned individuals such as Gavin Hewitt from the BBC, Sir Vince Cable and Jean Francois Mazaud, the Head of Societe Generale. A fantastic lineup of engaging keynotes and debates provide a holistic and balanced account of each year's theme, intended to provide audiences with insights from various fields of academia and industry.

In addition to these, our conference hosts a range of workshops, networking events and opportunities for attendees and delegates to learn from company representatives. Past years have seen training sessions with Linklaters, competitions with Amplify Trading and public speaking workshops. The weekend concludes in a networking drinks reception event, allowing attendees the opportunity to engage with the speakers in a more informal and face-to-face environment.

This year the conference takes on innovation and celebrates a rich history of those we like to call "Advocates of Change". With an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation, WarCon 2020 is setting out to inspire the next generation who can advocate change.

Join us for our annual conference this year that will be held over 2 days, Saturday the 22nd and Sunday the 23rd of February 2020 in Warwick Business School (WBS) from 9am to 5pm on both days.

On the evening of the 22nd, we will hold a Networking Drinks with some of the companies, speakers and other delegates where you will have the opportunity to talk, network with a wide range of people thus having the chance to discovering more about the speakers and companies who are part of our conference. 

Tickets

£25.00 (Conference)
£35.00 (Conference + Network)
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