AFLSE Boston: BABCNE Breakfast Forum with Sir Peter Westmacott, Britain’s Ambassador to the U.S.

 
Sir Peter Westmacott
Britain’s Ambassador to the U.S.

 
 
BABCNE invites you to: "GREAT Britain: Prosperity and Innovation"
The Ambassador will speak on the UK’s economic recovery & and how the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership will impact NE.

Sir Peter Westmacott, Britain's Ambassador to the US, will speak on the UK’s economic recovery, the UK's offer to business, and how the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will impact New England. Sir Peter will be joined by Marcy Reed, President, National Grid MA, who will give her perspective from the business sector, U.S. Congressman Bill Keating from Massachusett's 9th District and George Donnelly, the Executive Editor of the Boston Business Journal.

Friday March 28th, 2014

Registration & Breakfast 8:00 - 8:30am

Ambassador's remarks: 8:30am

To be followed by panel discussion

Location: Offices of Bingham McCutchen, One Federal Street, Boston, MA

Parking, at own cost, at Post Office Square Garage. T-State Street on the Orange line.

Complimentary event but pre-registration is a must by March 23.
RSVP on-line at: www.babcne.org

This is British American Business Council of New England, Inc. event. 



Boston: BABCNE Breakfast Forum with Sir Peter Westmacott, Britain’s Ambassador to the U.S.
Friday, 03/28/14 at 8:00am
BABCNE invite LSE alumni and friends to: "GREAT Britain: Prosperity and Innovation"
The Ambassador will speak on the UK’s economic recovery & and how the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership will impact NE.

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