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Agenda for the HS2 Business Debate held at the National Exhibition Centre Birmingham (UK) on Monday 29th November 2010

Agenda for the HS2 Business Debate held at the National Exhibition Centre Birmingham (UK) on Monday 29th November 2010

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  • 1. High Speed Rail - Creating Opportunities Business Debate Monday 29th November 2010, Toute Suite, Piazza Entrance, NEC Event Programme9.30 am Registration and coffee10.00 am Welcome – Patrick Burns, Political Editor, BBCGovernment’s approach Keynote Speech – Philip Hammond, Secretary of State forTransportBusiness perspective Meeting Business needs – now and longer term - SimonTopman, Acme Whistles Experiences from HS1 – Mandy Bearne, Locate Kent Supply Chain Opportunities – David Johns, Amey Planning for HS2 – Development Opportunities – GaryCardin, Drivers Jonas DeloitteThe Debate High Speed Rail – What does is mean for business? Patrick Burns will lead the discussion with: Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport Jerry Blackett, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Paul Thandi, NEC Group Paul Kehoe, Birmingham AirportConcluding remarks
  • 2. Recognising the Challenges – Realising the Opportunities –Patrick Burns12.00pm Close