The Economist’s Open Future Festival to tackle the most urgent issues of our time. Key speakers include Nick Clegg, former UK deputy prime minister; Laura Bates, founder of Everyday Sexism Project; Suli Breaks, English Poet.
We are extremely proud to be the chosen UK venue for The Economist's Open Futures Festival 2018!
On the 15th September, this topical event will be taking place across the world's three major cities - the London, Hong Kong and New York. Streaming live between the three locations, it will certainly be making the most of the technology available at our venue. Intelligent AMBX lighting, LED wall, mirrored TV screens and state of the art Musion Virtual Reality; ensuring that we keep up with the latest event tech trends allows us to provide and adapt to any event requirements - such as this.
Covering everything from the future of freedom to individual rights to trade and technology, the hottest and most urgent issues of our time will be discussed and put across the globe for people to listen to. The festival will also feature an impressive and diverse roster of speakers from academia, business, government, journalism, the arts and non-profit sectors, including Nick Clegg, former deputy prime minister; Laura Bates, founder of Everyday Sexism Project; Michael Barber, chair of the Office for Students board, and many more.
Guests who attend the Open Future Festival in person will be able to participate in lively talks, interactive exhibitions, immersive experiences, debates and networking.
For additional details for the event, including the full programme and a link to register for the conference, please visit: https://events.economist.com/events-conferences/emea/open-future-festival-london/#venue