Virtual meeting with David Henig and Alex Andreou
An Oxford for Europe Event.
Supported by Oxford European Association.
Date to be announced
A discussion about latest developments in our relations with our EU neighbours, with Q&A.
David Henig is the UK Director at ECIPE (European Centre for International Political Economy), leading thinking on future UK trade policy. Co-founder UK Trade Forum. Author of weekly Perspectives Column for Borderlex. Advisor to Cavendish Advocacy, on UK and global trade policy developments to businesses and other organisations. Expert Advisor to UK Trade and Business Commission. Active participant in public debates on trade, including through speaking on panels, writing articles, stakeholder engagement, media appearances, roundtable events, and on social media through twitter @DavidHenigUK.
He is a former UK Government Civil Servant. Since June 2016 helping the UK build an independent trade policy. Previously three years leading UK Government work on TTIP agreement between EU and US, including extensive engagement on regulatory chapters.
Prior to working in Government he spent 13 years in the private sector as a consultant, manager, and business development specialist, with Capgemini and Serco.
Specialties: Trade, international regulation, international business policy, business development, strategy, general consulting.
Alex has spoken to us before. Details here.
Born in Greece, Alex has been living in the UK for many years and is a man of many parts. He is best known to us for his writings, being a regular contributor to the Guardian and New Statesman, among others. You may have come across him through Remaniacs and its more recent incarnation, Oh God what now! Among his many other talents he is trained in law and economics and is an actor (Sturdy Beggars Theatre Company), and he enjoys cooking and writing about it. He is the inaugural winner of the Jane Grigson Award for his book The Magic Bayleaf.
On twitter: @sturdyAlex
Author of: The Magic Bayleaf
Chair: Lizzy Price
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