While technology has made the world smaller and brought wider opportunities it has also made the personal connection so much more valuable.

Our regional investor series gives investor in some of the UK's most vibrant regional centres the opportunity to hear first-hand from the leaders of tomorrow's great companies.

Join us in Bournemouth on ... to meet the management who plan to change tomorrow's world!

Our programme features:

2015 Programme

Tuesday, 07 Jul 2015
Time Activity
5:30 Arrival & welcome drink
6:00 Welcome
6:05 Keynote: Is this the top for the Property Market?
Phil Anderson – world expert and author of "The Secret Life of Property and Banking"
6:35 Chapel Down: England's leading wine producer
6:55 Elevator pitches:
Urbego: getting Britain building
7:40 ANE: making exploration pay
8:00 Close for drink

Speaker Bios

Phil AndersonPhil AndersonFounder, Economic Indicator Services
Phillip Anderson is Director and founder of Economic Indicator Services, an economic forecasting service operating out of London and Melbourne, and the world's leading authority in the area of business, real estate and commodity cycles. Economic Indicator Services Ltd (EIS) is a London based company that provides subscribers with a framework in which to better understand current market, banking and property related events. Phil is the author of the book 'The Secret Life of Real Estate and Banking.'

Frazer ThompsonFrazer ThompsonCEO, Chapel Down
Former Global Brand Director, Heineken NV and Strategy Director, Whitbread Beer Co.

Stephen LarkinStephen LarkinCEO, Africa New Energies
A chartered accountant who started and ran a mining software company in South Africa for 5 years and has created business plans for three start-up companies and was instrumental in helping them to obtain funding. Previously advised the Namibian government on energy strategy via a UN funded development corporation.

Peter LowePeter LoweCEO, Impact Forestry
40+ years in African forest with the FAO & World Bank

Keith BloomKeith BloomCEO, Urbego
Keith Bloom has spent the last decade in financial services and commercialisation of intellectual property for some of the UK's leading universities. He is passionate about finding business solutions to real problems that exist in both society and the market place. He has a deep interest in the Urban City Scape, design and sustainable solutions, and a desire to use the latest advancements in technology to work to solve the UK's housing crisis.