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+91 Summer Drinks Reception: Andrew Neil, BBC (London)

+91 Summer Drinks Reception

Venue: Westbury Hotel, Mayfair, London
Date: Wednesday 30th June Protected content prompt start
Guest Speaker: Andrew Neil, BBC Broadcaster; Chairman, Press Holdings Media Group

Andrew Neil is a publisher, broadcaster and company chairman working out of London, New York, Dubai and the South of France. He is currently Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Press Holdings Media Group, publishers of The Spectator, Spectator Business, Spectator Australia, and Apollo, the world-renowned art magazine. He currently presents four editions of the Daily Politics on BBC2 every week, the award-winning This Week on BBC1 and Straight Talk with Andrew Neil on BBC News 24.

Born in Scotland in Protected content , Andrew attended Paisley Grammar School and the University of Glasgow, studying economics at the same university where Adam Smith wrote his famous "Wealth of Nations" in the 18th Century. He graduated in Protected content an MA (Hons) in Political Economy and Political Science. During his career, Andrew has been lobby correspondent in the British Parliament, White House correspondent, then British Editor of The Economist, Editor of The Sunday Times of London and Executive Chairman of Sky Television, which he launched in Protected content Britain's first multi-channel satellite TV platform.

Andrew Neil will explore the following topics, amongst others:

- Life in a tri-polar world with economies of USA, China and India holding the balance of power;
- Strategic implications for countries like UK;
- The emergence of India on the global stage;
- His thoughts on the current political scene in the UK;
- Anecdotes from his legendary media career.

Come and join CEO's, corporate executives, professionals, and the media, from across UK, Europe and India for drinks, canapés and a networking reception.

Sponsor: Murgitroyd & Company Sponsor: Spectator Magazine

Cost: Internations-Members GBP £ Protected content
The ticket price includes drinks and canapes (wine, beer, soft drinks)

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+91 is one of the fastest growing networks of Indian CEO's, corporate executives and professionals. The growth in membership reflects the success of the Indian diaspora as well as the emergence of the Indian economy as an influential player on the global stage.

Membership is open to anyone interested in international business. We selected the name +91, as Protected content the international telephone dialling code for India, and a unique identifier of India across the world.

+91 Europe's speaker list is the envy of most business and social networks. We will continue to attract the most high profile speakers from the world's of business, media, sport and politics. Previous speakers have included:

Willie Walsh, CEO, British Airways; Tom Purves, CEO, Rolls-Royce; Lord Neil Kinnock, Vice-President, European Commission; Rt Hon Michael Howard QC, MP; Colette Mathur, Director, World Economic Forum; Burkhart Varnholt, CIO, Bank Sarasin; Michael Wood, BBC Broadcaster; John Makinson, Chairman and CEO, Penguin Books; Yamini Mehta, Head of Indian Art, Christie's; Brent Hoberman, CEO, lastminute. com; Mihir Bose, BBC Sports Editor; Ian Ayre, Commercial Director, Liverpool FC; Robert Elstone, CEO, Everton FC; Aram Shishmanian, CEO, World Gold Council; Peter Luff MP, Chairman, House of Commons, Trade and Industry Select Committee; Ian Louden, Global Head of Brand, ArcelorMittal; Prof. Jaideep Prabhu, Nehru Professor of Indian Business and Enterprise, Cambridge University; Manchester United legend Brian McClair, Director, Youth Academy, Manchester United FC; amongst many others.amongst many others.

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