Join us for the third in the Victor Ceserani Lecture Series, part of the events to mark the 70th anniversary of the London Geller College of Hospitality and Tourism. In this special lecture Roger Martin-Fagg, expert behavioural economist, will examine the impact of Brexit on the UK economy in general but also on the food and hospitality industry in particular.

How will Sterling fare? What inflation rates should be expected? Will there be another cycle like 2008? Will the supply of labour be further impacted? And what risks and opportunities will all these present to the food and hospitality industry?

Roger will then propose the next steps that businesses in the industry should take in order to cope with any turbulence and to continue to grow under the new terms of collaboration with our European neighbours.

The event will be followed by networking drinks.

 

 Roger Martin-Fagg

Roger Martin-Fagg

Roger Martin-Fagg is a behavioural economist who began his career in the New Zealand Treasury and worked later with the Air Transport and Travel Industry Training Board. He taught for over two decades at Henley Management College bespoke strategic management programmes with particular focus on financial services, the construction sector and the privatised utilities.

Since 2008, Roger works as an independent behavioural economist, delivering workshops, seminars and keynote sessions all around the world. He is visiting faculty at Ashridge, Duke, Henley and Warwick Business Schools and a former lecturer at the Bank of England and the Institute of Marketing.

 

Date: Tuesday 5 February 2019

Registration: 6pm (registration from 5.45pm) The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception

Venue: Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London. SW1Y 5ED

Booking: This is a free event but please register in advance by emailing development@uwl.ac.uk 


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