Our annual Insurance summit returns in March 2015 to discuss the key strategic issues facing the insurance industry.
The 2008 financial crisis disrupted the banking industry in more ways than one. Be it through the proliferation and hardening of banking regulation, the entry of new more nimble market players or ever-changing digital technologies, the banking game just isn’t what is used to be.
The third Arctic Summit will return to Oslo for 2015. It is the only event that brings together all Arctic stakeholders, from mining and hydrocarbon business and investors, Arctic Council members and observer states, to local community representatives and environmental experts to debate the future of the region.
Greece successfully secured a four-month extension of its financial rescue when its euro zone partners approved a reform plan. Against this economic setting, The Economist is proud to announce a special focus event entitled GREECE AND ITS CREDITORS: A WIN-WIN DEAL? The strategy, the risk, the outcome.
The Azerbaijan Investment Summit will bring together key decision makers from around the world to Baku for inward and outward looking perspectives of the key opportunities and challenges facing a nation in transition.
Enter the age of the "entrepreneurial CMO". Join us in London for The Economist Events' flagship marketing summit, featuring CMOs from Fortune 1000 companies, innovative start-ups, as well as visionaries and practitioners the world's leading advertising and marketing agencies.
This one-day event will examine the key trends facing the global travel industry and predict what the business will look like in 2025.
Members of government, European and Mexican senior business executives and international investors will gather to discuss how the new wave of reforms is transforming the country’s economy and investment climate.
Heads of State and Ministers, government officials from the Southeast European region, high ranking representatives from the European Commission and heads of financial institutions and organisations will be invited to take part in this important initiative in Croatia.
The aerospace industry is changing, and fast. The number of passengers is booming and should reach 6.4bn by 2030. Order books are taking off. The Middle-East and Asia are fuelling much of this demand, but are also emerging as serious challengers to the traditional US/Europe duopoly.
Government, Opposition and distinguished personalities from around the world, will once again discuss critical issues to be covered during the 19th Annual Economist Government Roundtable.
An ocean sustainability summit for business, government, science and NGO.
The Economist's Talent Management event convenes over 150 global talent and HR leaders, corporate executives and influential thinkers for strategic discussion on talent and leadership issues. Each year we provide the latest thinking and bring experiences of some of the most successful companies in the world to the debate.