MT Live conference makes its debut: will you be there?

We're ditching PowerPoint and banning over-long presentations for our first conference. You'll hear directly from the likes of Facebook, John Lewis, Sainsbury's and MT columnist Luke Johnson.

by Dave Stevenson
Last Updated: 24 Mar 2014

It’s too easy to find an underwhelming business conference. Overlong presentations, unimpressive speakers and an unimaginative agenda can all make attendees feel their money could have been better invested elsewhere.

Management Today Live 2014 is a completely different beast. Designed from the outset to be exciting, interactive and inspirational, we’ve binned PowerPoint and found some of Britain’s most successful and influential business leaders. Speakers such as Lord Michael Heseltine, Nicola Mendelsohn, vice-president of Facebook’s EMEA’s operation and Luke Johnson, chairman of Risk Capital Partners and Financial Times columnist, will address delegates on a range of subjects including technology, communication, social media and digital marketing. MT Live is in-person, up-close and gives you the chance to make new contacts in an inspirational, central setting designed to provoke debate, foster learning and grow businesses.

After lunch, delegates will be able to hear from representatives from some of the UK’s largest companies in the MT Live conference’s Inspiring Companies debate. You’ll hear directly from Maggie Porteous, director of selling at the John Lewis Partnership, Rob Perrins, MD of the Berkeley Group, and from Peter France, chief executive of British manufacturer Rotork. The Inspiring Companies panel will be directly followed by outgoing Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King, winner of Management Today’s Britain’s Most Admired Leader award in 2013.

Elsewhere, you’ll see exhibitors demonstrating the latest in technology, motoring and management publishing, debate and vote on the most pressing issues in business today, and engage with our keynote speakers, giving you the chance to pick the brains of some of Britain’s best minds. Underwhelmed? Not a chance.

- Tickets for the MT Live 2014 conference are on sale now, and until April 1st you can claim a huge 40% discount on the cost of entry. Click here for more details

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