Creating the Scent of success

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It’s not often I’m flummoxed but I’m close to (but not actually) to being flummoxed now.  For some years now, Simon has been following his nose toward his passion; how Simon can represent and impact on brands and now I’m delighted we’re all going to be able to hear him explain why. Well, if you’ve bought a ticket you will; http://nytevents.com/#register and this from the man at the top of Barclays. How can you resist?

An insight from Barclays CEO

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London Debates: The Future of Work

21st Century Banking - Ashok Vaswani, Chief Executive, Personal and Corporate Banking, Barclays

Ashok Vaswani (CEO Barclays) explains how new technology and customer expectations are causing unprecedented change in the Banking industry.

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Ashok Vaswani will be sharing his insight into 21st Century Banking, how Barclays are adapting to exceed their customer expectations, especially in the always challenging but exciting SME market. A unique chance to ask the man at the top how your bank can help you gain a competitive advantage.

Join Ashok and 11 other speakers at London Debates: The Future of Work on the 28th September.

We’re proud to announce this year London Debates: The Future of Work will be held at the Honourable Artillery Company on Wednesday 28th September. 

From Advertising and Education to Banking and Technology, with 12 speakers, 6 CEOs and 1 Lord; we’ll be covering a whole host of business areas.

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