£198.00 – £306.00
The Northern Ireland Economic Conference, now in its 26th year, is Northern Ireland’s premier economic analysis event and is unique in being the only forum that takes a high level look at the performance of, and prospects for the local economy. It is firmly established as the annual autumn summit for Northern Ireland’s economic community, including policy makers and business leaders. This year’s conference will take place at a time of unprecedented change and is the not to be missed event for all the latest information and perspectives on the local economy.
Conference delegate rate
£255 + VAT @ 20% = £306
Discounted rate for voluntary/community/councils
£165 + VAT @ 20% = £198
Post Covid-19 recovery and outlook
he 2021 conference comes at a time of great change. The Covid-19 pandemic caused the biggest ever monthly drop in GDP and has impacted economies across the globe. The conference will look at the possible pathways to recovery and the key economic levers to aid the transition. Expert speakers will also discuss key issues such as the growing skills gaps in the economy and the continued impact of Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol. The programme will feature a panel discussion focusing on how to boost Northern Ireland’s productivity. It will also look at the cross-border trade, which has increased by over 60 per cent in the last year, and revisit the Dublin-Belfast economic corridor. At this time of unprecedented change, delegates will hear expert perspectives on the economic outlook for Northern Ireland.
Key issues to be addressed at the conference
Start date: 8 December 2022
End date: 8 December 2022
Start time: 09:00 GMT
End time: 16:00 GMT
Venue: Galgorm Resort & Spa • Online