Meetings/Workshops on Economics, Business and Marketing in the United Kingdom

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4th Workshop of the EURO Working Group on Pricing and Revenue Management
25 Aug 2021 - 27 Aug 2021 • virtual, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Warwick Business School and Queen's Management School
Abstract:
Warwick Business School and Queen's Management School are excited to host the 4th Workshop of the EURO Working Group on Pricing and Revenue Management this summer. The workshop will be held virtually between Wednesday 25th and Friday 27th of August 2021. The event aims at integrating different disciplines to solve both theoretical and practical concerns that arise in the design and development of systems for network revenue management, pricing, and mechanism design.
Event listing ID:
1429146
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DigiMarCon UK 2021 - Digital Marketing, Media and Advertising Conference & Exhibition
02 Sep 2021 - 03 Sep 2021 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
DigiMarCon UK
Abstract:
The 4th annual DigiMarCon UK, the Premier Digital Marketing, Media and Advertising Conference & Exhibition in United Kingdom returns September 2nd to 3rd, 2021 to the luxurious 5-star Sofitel London Heathrow Hotel which is connected directly to Terminal 5 of London Heathrow Airport, making it conveniently accessible from across the United Kingdom. Join your peers in-person or online for 2-days jam packed with digital marketing best practices, latest trends, practical solutions, strategy and networking, also check out the next generation of technology & innovation; Internet, Mobile, AdTech, MarTech & SaaS Technology.
Contact:
DigiMarCon UK;     Phone: [(800) 805 5385];     Email: events@digimarconuk.co.uk
Topics:
digital marketing, marketing, social media marketing, digital media, email marketing, inbound marketing, search marketing, content marketing, advertising, mobile marketing, london, uk, europe
Event listing ID:
1382807
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Globally Sustainable Banking & Finance
09 Sep 2021 - 10 Sep 2021 • Queens University of Belfast, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Future Finance and Economics Association
Abstract:
In December 2015, 195 countries around the world signed the Paris Agreement and pledged to work towards limiting global greenhouse gas emissions in order to limit the average global temperature increase to 1.5°C above preindustrial levels. From a scientific perspective, the stabilisation of global warming under any target requires the achievement of a net-zero emissions economy (Matthews and Caldeira, 2008). In support of global investors looking to provide capital towards green solutions and shift capital away from economic activities which are harmful towards the environment, the EU has proposed Paris-Aligned Investment Benchmarks (Hoepner et al., 2019a,b) as well as a Taxonomy for environmentally sustainable activities in the areas of climate change mitigation and adaptation, water, biodiversity, pollution and circular economy (Slevin et al., 2020). Similar green finance policy initiatives have emerged around the world, including in response to the pandemic (Hepburn et al. 2020). In this light, financial economists have recently started to take a keen interest in solving such environmental problems by understanding the source of risk and uncertainty related to environmental issues and how these can be accounted for in innovative financing solutions (Giglio, Kelly & Stroebel, 2020) and green policies (Hoepner et al., 2021).
Event listing ID:
1424421
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ROGE — 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY (ROGE) 2021 ( ONLINE)
23 Sep 2021 - 25 Sep 2021 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Centre for Business & Economic Research
Abstract:
Ever since the publication of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) report by Goldman Sachs in 2001, the debate about the role of so-called developing emerging countries versus the supposed developed countries in shaping global business has gathered momentum. A revised version of the same report entitled BRICs and Beyond by the same authors, with upward revision of certain growth projections, has added further fuel to the debate so much so that by now, most countries have accepted that the world economy is in transition. A second wave of nations, the MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey) have also been mooted as ones to watch, whilst the ramifications of the global financial crisis of 2008 has caused many of the established economic orthodoxies to be both questioned and challenged. In addition geo-political considerations combined with anxieties over energy, water and fuel security have raised serious questions about policy, future strategy and the merits and demerits of globalization.
Contact:
Phone: [+44 208 868 9883];     Email: info@cberuk.com
Topics:
It is entirely understandable that such a changing economic dynamic calls for fresh thinking towards the formulation of policies examining macroeconomic stability as well as framing of strategies by firms irrespective of their sizes. Multinationals and SMEs, all will be involved in formulating strategies in order to survive, compete and grow. There is intense pressure on both governments and businesses to perform and deliver. In such a scenario, alternative and maybe radical policies and strategies will need to be thought out and placed before the decision making bodies. New technology, changing demographics and the need to meet the demands of diverse stakeholders ensures that for policy makers and practitioners alike these are indeed challenging times. We all need to be receptive to new ideas. Sadly in some respects many of us have allowed ourselves to become ideologically/intellectually cocooned, so much so that some of us have yet to comprehend how the likes of the Brexit result and similar momentous events came about. This conference is an important opportunity to broaden our horizons.
Event listing ID:
1418788
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ROGE-2021 — 10th International Conference on the Restructuring of the Global Economy
23 Sep 2021 - 26 Sep 2021 • London – virtual, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Centre for Business & Economic Research
Abstract:
Ever since the publication of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) report by Goldman Sachs in 2001, the debate about the role of so-called developing emerging countries versus the supposed developed countries in shaping global business has gathered momentum. A revised version of the same report entitled BRICs and Beyond by the same authors, with upward revision of certain growth projections, has added further fuel to the debate so much so that by now, most countries have accepted that the world economy is in transition. A second wave of nations, the MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey) have also been mooted as ones to watch, whilst the ramifications of the global financial crisis of 2008 has caused many of the established economic orthodoxies to be both questioned and challenged. In addition geo-political considerations combined with anxieties over energy, water and fuel security have raised serious questions about policy, future strategy and the merits and demerits of globalization.
Contact:
Phone: [+44 208 868 9883];     Email: info@cberuk.com
Topics:
Business, Economic, Finance, Marketing, Globalisation, management, Banking, Accounting, International Trade, food industry, Hospitality, Human Resources, Technology
Event listing ID:
1424382
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The Advanced Email Conference
04 Nov 2021 • Central London or in person, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Global Insight Conferences
Abstract:
Brand New! Just Confirmed, 25 Brand-Side Email Innovators To Speak On Their Latest Email Marketing Insights, New Trends, Innovative Thinking & Brand New Case Studies!
Event listing ID:
1432029


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Last updated: 30 June 2021