The Artificial Intelligence conference on March 21 brings together top AI experts to present the latest developments and future outlook for AI in technology, healthcare, finance, consumer goods and academics. Speakers include Thierry Geerts from Google, Jo Buvens of Salesforce, AI experts from Microsoft, KBC, VUB and others. The conference takes place at Microsoft’s new and state-of-the-art offices at the airport and includes a visit to its Technology Center with demos of the latest Microsoft technologies.
White & Case partner, Genevra Forwood, will discuss how to further your strategic agenda through EU litigation.As well as explaining the various court procedures and how the EU courts work, this seminar will explore the public affairs benefits and challenges around a court challenge.If you are a public affairs professional, want to learn how the EU courts work and the best way to use litigation strategically, then join us on 20 March for a seminar and a networking lunch.
Businesses may need to change their maritime dispute settlement strategies due to uncertainties created by Brexit for recognition and enforcement of the judgments in the area. The court processes or ordinary arbitration methods may not be available to solve all questions. For this reason there is a Belgian proposal on a Brexit tribunal. This seminar will explore Brexit and dispute settlement in maritime matters.
Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: workforce transitions in an age of automation’ McKinsey Global Institute report 2017
The British School of Brussels (BSB), is hosting an Expert Panel discussion that will address this topical and important subject. It will be targeted at the future workforce (16 – 18 year olds), who will be hugely impacted by these changes. We will consider how the workforce will change in the future, the skills and knowledge the next generation will need for a successful career and which industries and/or jobs are most likely to be affected and how. The role of education and how it needs to embrace this change will also be discussed.
Join us at the historic Long Room of the prestigious Lord's Cricket Ground for our first networking event in the UK in 2019.
Everybody can be good at public speaking but most don’t know where to start. Come and find out how you too can be a great speaker. Dean of the Chamber Academy, Dirk Daenen will give you the overview and guidance to improving your own public speaking skills.
As part of our collaboration with the Australia-UK Chamber of Commerce, we have a small number of seats for this exclusive, invite only, breakfast briefing.
Join the British Chamber for our annual Christmas Networking Cocktail at Hotel Amigo Enjoy a seasonal evening of networking and kick off the festive period with us.
Conference mainly in French
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