Business Strategy

Review and 2023 Programme Launch

  • In Person Event
  • December 1, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0

We will conclude our 2022 programme with a review of the past year and an informed assessment of what 2023 might have in store.

It will be a busy year politically as both the US and the UK gear up for elections while the economic and social shifts continue to present challenges and opportunities for businesses.

This will be a time to take stock and to look ahead. Our guest speaker will provide us with what we hope will be a less dramatic analysis of the year past, and a more upbeat set of clues for the year to come. This highly enjoyable and thought-provoking dinner event will also see the launch of the PARC 2023 Programme.


Liam Halligan

Economics and Business Editor, GB News

Liam Halligan is an economist, author and broadcaster – and also has extensive business experience. He is the Economics and Business Editor of GB News – and co-presents his own daily news show on the channel. Since 2003, he has written his weekly “Economics Agenda” column in The Sunday Telegraph which enjoys a large international following and has been recognised with a British Press Award, the highest prize in UK print journalism. Liam is a very highly acclaimed and sought-after speaker and chair, having given countless after-dinner speeches and chaired numerous large domestic and international events.

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