November 29, 2013
Translating Business Issues into Policy Solutions
Venue:Ulster Business School, Belfast Campus, York Street
Professor Neil Gibson will review the results of the NICC Quarterly Economic Survey?s and discuss the economics underlying the business issues and how this is (or is not) being translated into economic policy.
Come along and share your thoughts on creating a business friendly environment
NI Chamber and the Ulster Business School at the University of Ulster would like to invite you to attend an exclusive business breakfast:
Translating Business Issues into Policy Solutions.
The format of the event is a discussion with Professor Neil Gibson, Northern Ireland Centre for Economic Policy (NICEP), and a panel of experts from the Ulster Business School. The discussion will centre on business issues and how, or if, these are being translated into economic policy solutions. Areas which will be explored include export, access to finance, business costs and skills.
The panel will also review the results of the latest NI Chamber Quarterly Economic Survey (QES), the largest survey of business opinion conducted in Northern Ireland and also address issues identified at the Growing Something Brilliant Conference in September 2013.
|Professor Ken O’Neill – Chair Ken is Professor Emeritus of Entrepreneurship and Business Development at the University of Ulster. He is Chairman of the Centre for SME Development in the Business School.|
|Professor Neil Gibson – Speaker & PanellistProfessor Gibson was appointed to head up the newly formed Northern Ireland Centre for Economic Policy (NICEP) in the Ulster Business School at the University of Ulster in January 2013.|
|Dr Sharon Loane – PanellistDr Loane is a Lecturer in Business Economics at the Department of International Business, Ulster Business School at the University of Ulster.|
|Mr Ronnie Patton – PanellistMr Patton is a Senior Lecturer in Professional Accounting Practice at the University of Ulster and Course Director for the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) course at the University.|
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*Please note this event is FREE to attend.
Thank you to our sponsor Ulster Business School