- Published: Tuesday, 17 December 2013 15:49
- Written by Joseph
About the Annual Lecture
The Annual Lecture is given each year by a senior figure on one aspect of the university-business relationship, followed by a question and answer with the invited audience. The lectures provide real insight and the event itself provides a major networking opportunity with leaders from universities, businesses and government in attendance.
While the Annual Lecture is invite only, you can re-live the events below with videos, photo galleries and captured social media discussion.
Please note: titles given are those at the time of delivering the lecture, not currently.
2014 Annual Lecture:
Ruby McGregor-Smith, CEO of Mitie, speaking on Women in Leadership: Breaking Down Barriers.
2013 Annual Lecture:
Sir Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline, Chancellor of the University of Nottingham and author of the Witty report speaking on Encouraging a British Invention Revolution.
2012 Annual Lecture:
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP speaking on Education and Business: you can't have one without the other.
2011 Annual Lecture:
Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury speaking on Innovation and collaboration to drive economic growth.
2010 Annual Lecture:
Photo Credit: CBI
Sir Richard Lambert, Director General of the CBI, former editor of the Financial Times and author of the Lambert review speaking on The Impact of the Browne Review on university-business collaboration.