Coming up in May, the 2013 BCO Annual Conference in Madrid offers a varied plenary and seminar program featuring world class industry professionals discussing special issues facing Spain and Europe in the coming months.
Slated to take place from May 15th through 17th at the Hotel Hotel Meliá Castilla, Madrid, the British Council for Offices has put together a program to allow delegates to learn more about Spain’s challenges and how local developers banks, and office occupiers are coping. Of course a big part of the conference will be presenting Madrid and opportunities there.
The focus of this year’s event is actually on seeing and understanding Madrid as the locals do. Madrid life revolves around a combination of work, parties and relaxation, and so the BCO conference will simulate this in securing great venues like the historic Casino de Madrid, for delegates to visit.
Key components of BCO 2013:
- Carbon Neutral – This year the BCO has partnered with The CarbonNeutral Company to certify the Annual Conference as a CarbonNeutral event. This means that emissions associated with the conference have been reduced to net zero through the purchase of carbon credits.
- Brave New World – Chairman Neil Thompson, Great Portland Estates; Lord Norman Lamont, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer; Lord Paul Myners, Former Financial Services Minister in HM Treasury and former Chairman of Land Securities; and Sir Stuart Hampson, Chairman of The Crown Estate and former Chairman of John Lewis. These distinguished decision makers discuss the financial situation and what’s next.
- Transport and Offices – Crisis, Delusion or the British Way? – Chairman Richard Kauntze, British Council for Offices
Speakers: Lord Adonis, former Secretary of State for Transport; Dame Helen Alexander CBE, Chairman of United Business Media, and of the Port of London Authority; Professor David Begg, Director of the campaign for High Speed Rail – these leaders discuss transportation as it relates to the future of Britain and growth
- Various Madrid Excursions – golf outings, special challenges, and an introduction to the Madrid way of doing business and pleasure are a big part of this year’s conference. Expect events such as a three day cycling challenge from Bilbao to Madrid Sponsored by EC Harris, Brookfield Multiplex, Dome Consultants, Hilson Moran, ISG andJones Lang LaSalle
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