Tickets now live for the IoD Commonwealth Business Conference
The official sale of tickets for the IoD Commonwealth Business Conference on 19th July has opened; book now to avoid disappointment.
The IoD is celebrating England’s third time hosting the Commonwealth Games (28th July-8th August 2022) with a full-day business conference followed by a celebration dinner, sponsored by University College Birmingham as headline sponsor.
Join us on the 19th July to listen to amazing speakers such as Kwasi Kwarteng and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, Baroness Patricia Scotland and Andrew Mitchell of the Department of International Trade, as well as our very own Director General Jon Geldart as we celebrate the sport and business communities together with UK trading opportunities at the distinguished Grand Hotel in Birmingham, the heart of the West Midlands region.
In the evening, enjoy a spectacular three-course dinner and hear from former athlete Roger Black MBE, who for fourteen years represented Great Britain at the highest level of athletics. Dinner and speaker to be followed by various entertainment including award-winning British Indian pianist and composer, Rekesh Chauhan.
The event is split into a conference during the day (9am – 4pm) and a dinner in the evening (6pm – 10:30pm); tickets for each, as well as discounted day tickets for access to both, are now on sale at the following links.
Day-only tickets (Conference)
Evening-only tickets (Dinner)
Full Access tickets (Conference + Dinner)
Headline sponsor University College Birmingham
Based in the heart of the UK’s second biggest city, University College Birmingham is highly respected by employers and industry for providing career-focused education and training.
From January 2022, a wide range of their undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, as well as some higher level apprenticeships, will be accredited and awarded by the University of Warwick, a prestigious Russell Group university ranked 6th in the UK by The Guardian 2022 league table.
They are committed to providing the best facilities for all their students and have invested £140 million in their campuses to enhance the student experience and ensure students have the very best, practical environments for their training.