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            Regional Airports & Ports: Expansion, Transformation and Connectivity

            You are invited to a discussion of how the UK's regional airports and ports are evolving to keep pace with global competition, advances in technology, service demand and the potential impact of Brexit. This event will also look at how the design, maintenance and infrastructure of these transport hubs can improve regional connectivity. 

            International Trade | DWF

            Date
            11 November 2019 14:00
            to
            11 November 2019 16:30

            Locations
            DWF Liverpool
            5 St Paul's Square
            Old Hall Street
            L3 9AE
            Liverpool

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            Participants in this discussion will include:

            • Richard Ballantyne, Chief Executive - British Ports Association 
            • John Irving, Chief Executive Officer - Liverpool John Lennon Airport
            • Jillian Moore, Vice President - Head of Digital UK&I, Atos
            • Huw Jenkins, Lead Officer, Transport - Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
            • Jonathan Branton, Head of Public Sector and EU/Competition - DWF

            The session will be introduced and chaired by Jonathan Moss, Partner - Global Head of Transport Sector / Head of Marine & Trade, DWF Law LLP. 

             

             

             

            Topics

             

            • The key operational and commercial challenges facing the UK's regional airports and ports
            • How new technology and digital solutions can improve services, and what the 'airports and ports of the future' will look like
            • Emerging trends and best practice in transformation from international transport hubs, and applications in the UK
            • Possible implications of Brexit, including new borders and customs arrangements, and the potential of 'free ports' for UK regions
            • The role of the private sector service providers - from security and Facilities Management to IT solutions - in assisting with airport and port expansion and transformation.

             

            Places are free of charge but limited in number.

             

            Please note that this is a joint event being run between DWF Law LLP and BSA and details of your name, organisation and job title will be shared for the purposes of running this event only.

            14:00:  Registration & refreshments
            14:30: Seminar starts
            16:30: Seminar ends

            Meet the speakers

            Jonathan Moss

            • Partner // Global Head of Transport Sector // Head of Marine & Trade

            Jonathan Branton

            • Partner // Head of Public Sector // Head of EU Competition

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