The Commonwealth Games is fast approaching in the UK’s second city, with an ambitious transformation programme forming the centrepiece off the track. Blue-chips like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and HSBC have moved in, backed by the promise of HS2 and further investment in the region outlined in the Levelling White Paper. 

Record levels of inward investment can set Birmingham up to succeed for decades to come, should the city successfully apply the positive lessons of former hosts Manchester and Glasgow.  This EG event will look to discuss the lessons that can be learned from previous Games hosts and what Birmingham needs to do to ensure a sustainable legacy.

6pm: Registration and Networking
6.30pm: Discussion begins
7.30pm: Drinks reception
9pm: Close

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