Socios del Festival
¿Por qué asistir?
Empresarios, inversores y emprendedores de 90 países; el mundo acude al IFB2016. ¿Y usted?
Asista a una serie de eventos, talleres y paneles de debate con líderes del sector, pioneros y negociadores. Las personas que están reinventando el futuro ahora.
Cuando dejamos de aprender, dejamos de crecer. El IFB es un foro de ideas. Donde la innovación, la curiosidad y la creatividad conducen a formas más inteligentes de hacer negocios.
The GREAT British Showcase will inspire you with the latest from UK businesses: ambitious and mind-blowing innovation that will change the face of business. ACCELERATE 2016 delivers a unique, accelerator for growth, motivation and an opportunity to connect with organisations that think smarter, helping you take your business to the next level.
With around 70 top class conferences and seminars, including internationally renowned business conferences and business seminars, IFB2016 is the place to learn, share and develop new ways of thinking. It is a festival of ideas, innovation, challenge and creativity, a place where businesses of all sizes come to grow.
Whether your aim is to grow domestically, export for the first time or increase your international presence, IFB2016 has the experts to help you. With free, one-to-one appointments available with specialist advisors in all aspects of the business growth and export journeys, this element of festival is a must for ambitious businesses.
Thank you to everybody for attending IFB2016. The festival could not have happened without you. We would encourage you to view video highlights from IFB2016 by clicking below.
¿Quiénes son los oradores?
Liv took up the reins as Chief Executive of Severn Trent in April 2014. Severn Trent is the Midlands based Water and Waste Company responsible for providing clean water and taking away dirty water to around 10m people in the Midlands area of the UK.
Sir Martin Sorrell
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO WPP
Lord O'Neill Of Gatley
Jim O’Neill worked for Goldman Sachs from 1995 until April 2013, spending most of his time there as Chief Economist. He chaired the Cities Growth Commission in the UK until October 2014 when it provided its final recommendations.