Upcoming events

Dialogues with thought-provoking chief executives of international businesses, these presentations transcend particular industry, capitalization and geography.

On November 10th, Kevin Hartman - Head of Analytics - Consumer, Government, & Entertainment Sector Google will deliver a talk to the BABC here in Chicago. Kevin Hartman is a devoted and artistic practitioner of data. He believes data must do more than simply supply insights that motivate creative thought. Rather, data must express insights in ways that are just as creative as the ideas they inspire. As Head Of Analytics for Google's Consumer, Government & Entertainment sector, Kevin and his team partner with major advertisers, creative agencies, and media companies to develop digital solutions that build businesses and brands. His approach mixes science and art to deliver inventive, fact-based strategies that reduce uncertainty and increase effectiveness in the marketing and advertising programs they create.
Dedicated to promoting a robust dialogue between the United States and United Kingdom, the British-American Business Council draws upon the thought leadership of its 2,000 member companies across 22 Chapter cities. Following the most recent Transatlantic Conferences in New York and London, the 2017 Conference will be hosted in Chicago. To receive updates on the 2017 Conference http://www.babc2017-chicago.com/index.html
Join the British American Business Council for a substantive panel discussion regarding the recent UK EU referendum's impact and its affects moving forward. The panel will feature: HM Consul General, Stephen J. Bridges, Stephen N. Potter, president, Northern Trust Asset Management and many others.
The International Festival for Business 2016 is a global marketplace for making connections and doing deals. It brings together thousands of businesses from around the world for three weeks of events, business networking and deal-making. This year’s festival follows the inaugural International Festival for Business, which took place in 2014 and resulted in £280 million of trade and investment deals being done and many