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HBAA announces Roger Martin-Fagg and Jonathan Bradshaw to speak at the Annual Forum 2015

Roger Martin-Fagg
The HBAA has secured behavioural economist and strategist Roger Martin-Fagg along with Jonathan Bradshaw, CEO of the Meetology Group as speakers for its Annual Forum 2015, on 20 and 21 July at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole.

An authority when it comes to the UK and global economy, Roger is a leading business educator, whose motto is, “Simplicity is the end point to understanding.” Martin-Fagg will be sharing insight on being economically intelligent, how the economy really works, why Government is not the cause of austerity or the driver of growth, where we are today and the outlook for the next three years.  

Hosting a session on the science behind human interaction, Jonathan is passionate about human behaviour and founded the Meetology Group in 2010 with the goal of using psychology and behavioural science to aid business interaction. With his team of psychologists, Jonathan helps businesses and organisations in a variety of industries gain competitive advantage by training and coaching staff on the fascinating psychology behind human interaction.  

The Annual Forum is a highlight in the association's calendar and gives delegates the opportunity to address and debate market trends, hear from high-profile keynote speakers, and widen their knowledge through tailored sessions. This year’s theme is the ‘Better Business Toolkit’ with a nod to all things British.   

The HBAA Annual Forum will also offer members a choice of workshops focusing on subjects such as event technology and crisis media management, as well as a better business boot camp. This year, the Annual Forum has been moved from September to July to accommodate its members’ work schedules.  

Juliet Price, consultant executive director of the HBAA, said: “We are delighted to welcome Roger and Jonathan to our 2015 line-up. Between them, Roger has worked for the New Zealand Treasury and the UK’s Air Transport Industry, while Jonathan has presented in over 30 countries and is an award winning columnist. Their collective experience is hard to beat, and we are all looking forward to learning something new in their addresses.”

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