The AMBA & BGA Global Conference 2021

The AMBA & BGA Global Conference is designed to address the issues that Business Schools face on a daily basis.

Expert speakers from around the world, including leading corporate organisations and Business Schools, will join us in a world-class film studio for live streamed sessions, to inspire collaboration, facilitate debate, and share personal and professional experiences from the worlds of business and business education.

This ground-breaking event will bring together speakers including some of the world’s most prolific Business School leaders and corporate CEOs, who will present on the issues most prevalent to Business School strategy.

Each session will be carefully designed to ensure that delegates leave the conference fully prepared to face the challenges presented by both their local environments as well as the global community.

Our state-of-the-art virtual conference will offer:

  • Tailored programmes and agendas for each delegate based on your own thought leadership preferences and development requirements.
  • A mixture of plenary and keynote sessions from world-leading speakers, alongside more casual and intimate roundtable breakout sessions, to discuss pressing issues in business education.
  • Leading edge networking and collaboration innovations (including live virtual meetings, business matchmaking, chatrooms, and interactive discussions).
  • Stunning and professional production, facilitated in a high-tech green screen studio and live streamed using high-definition capture technology.

We will announce the themes, topics, and speakers over the coming weeks and months but, for now, please save the date or book to secure your place and we will look forward to seeing you during the event.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with AMBA & BGA Conference Producer Paul Thurston.

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