Lord Andrew Adonis to speak at ITM Conference 2013

Updated: 08-04-2013

ITM is pleased to announce that former Secretary of State for Transport, Lord (Andrew) Adonis will speak at the ITM Conference 2013 on 17th April at Beaumont Estate, Old Windsor.

Lord Adonis will join the Opening Plenary debate with our industry leaders Ron DiLeo, CEO - AirPlus International, Drew Crawley, CCO - British Airways, Tim Daniel, Group EVP - International SOS as they are challenged by BBC Anchorman Huw Edwards on the social and economic impact of business travel.

Both as advisor and then minister, Andrew Adonis was a key architect of Tony Blair's public service reforms in education, health, local government, policing and transport. He has deep and broad experience of the challenge of leadership, change management and policy implementation in complex organisations - and in difficult conditions.

As Secretary of State for Transport, Andrew prepared the plan for a high-speed north-south rail line, which has since been endorsed by the coalition. Before that he served as Schools Minister, where he was the driving force behind the academies programme leading to the creation of 400 new ‘independent state schools' - again the model for the new government. (He also pioneered the controversial introduction of student tuition fees, now accepted by all political parties.)

To find out more and view the full speaker line-up please visit the ITM Conference website.

If you have not yet registered for the ITM Conference, don't miss out on the last places remaining - join companies such as: BNP Paribas, Volvo Group Purchasing, Seco , Aberdeen Asset Management Plc, Opteva, Ernst & Young, WPP Group, Pinsent Masons, Santander Global Facilities and Omnicom Europe. See the full list.

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Where & When

ITM Conference 2013
16th-18th April
Beaumont Estate,
Burfield Road,
Windsor,
Berkshire,
SL4 2JJ.

 

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