London, UK — (PRESS RELEASE JET) — 10/26/2017 — Wednesday October 25th, 2017 sees the return of The Midtown Big Ideas exchange; a dynamic series of debates celebrating the eclectic innovation of Midtown and its people. Bringing together the brightest minds of the moment, this is a space to rebelliously rethink London’s business, economic and social future.

The Midtown Big Ideas Exchange (MIBE) is an initiative created by Bee Midtown in partnership with the Evening Standard and this series will be hosted at Bloomsbury’s Conway Hall.

Now in its third series, MBIE has addressed topics ranging from infrastructure and technology, to philosophy and the rise of millennials in the workplace, with a wealth of high profile speakers.

Each event will look at a different aspect, with curated panels who bring with them valuable industry insights and a wealth of global experience. Launching with the biggest issue of the moment – Brexit – the discussion will focus on the legal, political, financial and cultural implications for London-based businesses, and how they can best navigate this changing landscape.

The Futire of London (Brexit) debate will be chaired by Jim Armitage – City Editor, London Evening Standard – and include the prestigious panellists:

David Noon – Deloitte’s UK & Global Brexit Lead
Kate Maltby – Political and economic critic, columnist and scholar
Anthony Hilton – Finance Editor and Commentator, Evening Standard
Andrew Fraser – Previously CEO for Invest UK; Director of MCIE plc

About Bee Midtown
Bee Midtown is part of Bee London which enhances life in London business districts to create a sense of belonging and engagement.They achieve this through networking events, idea exchanges, volunteer schemes and other initiatives. They even make honey in beehives and grow veg in rooftop gardens for local restaurants.

For more information:

Media contact: Firgas Esack
Email: [email protected]
Location: UK

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