Event Agenda

Over the three days, the metro mayors from the UK and selected mayors from the USA will participate in a number of private roundtable discussions, as well as events open to a selected wider audience. Attendees will have a chance to discuss and debate what it means to be a mayor in the current global economic climate. The conversations will take place in private to allow the mayors to speak frankly and openly about how they approach both the biggest opportunities and challenges that have come their way while in office, while also providing space for an exchange of ideas and best practice.

All events listed below are strictly by invitation only.

Monday, 4 December 2017

Centre for Cities, London, SE1

4pm

Introductions and Orientation (US only)

Oxo Bar and Brasserie, London SE1

7pm

Welcome Dinner

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

The Shard, London SE1

8am

9.30am

10.30am

11.30am

11.45am

1pm

1.45pm

2.45pm

4pm

5pm

London Welcome Breakfast

Being a Mayor in the 21st Century

Break

Exercising the Power of the Mayor

From Great Expectations to Great Communications

Lunch and networking

Financing a Manifesto

Cities in the Spotlight

Working as a National and Global Mayors' Collective

End of day sessions

City Hall, London SE1

6pm

Mayors' Reception

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Various London venues, US mayors only

8.15am

9.30am

11.15am

2.45pm

Encouraging Global Communities for Local Gain

Global Trade from Cities to State

Station to Station: the Regeneration of Kings Cross St Pancras

London Links

Get in touch

If you have any questions, please email Rita Beden,

Head of External Affairs at Centre for Cities

r.beden@centreforcities.org

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