Introduction and Scene Setting for the week’s Windsor Debates with a Keynote Address
As the Chamber’s flagship event, Windsor Debates formulates clear and decisive messages that help shape and frame TVCC’s strategic policy direction and wider programme activity.
Topical subjects provide opportunity for thought-provoking, insightful discussion to ensure we continue in our role as the leading voice in presenting the business case for the Thames Valley into Government, senior officials and key stakeholders representing the region.
This biannual, invitation only event is historically held in the beautiful setting of Vicars’ Hall, Windsor Castle but Windsor Debates is evolving.
Usually a one-day event, this year the Debates will take place over a full week, using digital platforms and covering a wide array of topics and subjects.
See the full programme here
Our CEO Paul Britton and Group President Bill Gornall-King will open the first virtual Windsor Debates session. We are delighted to welcome as our facilitator for this session Iain Anderson , Executive Chairman of Cicero.
We look forward to hearing from Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE, President of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), who will highlight the role of the BCC in supporting business throughout the pandemic.
We will also hear from Hugh Milward, Senior Director at Microsoft, on ‘The Future of Work’ – how the working environment has been changed by the pandemic, whether these changes are likely to persist in the future, and the role of technology in supporting us through them.
To register your interest in attending, please email MaryMoss@tvchamber.co.uk