To Bot or Not? The Rise of AI Chatbots in Business

John Thornhill, FT Innovation Editor with Kriti Sharma, Vice President of Artifcial Intelligence at Sage Dr Julia Shaw, Psychologist and Co-founder of Spot. 

Ecommerce 2.0: The Future of Online Retail

Andrew Hill, FT Management Editor was joined by Tim Steiner OBE, CEO of Ocado and Rita Clifton CBE, Chairman of BrandCap. 

"Speakers were highly credible and very open, and they directly addressed topics I am currently wrestling with."

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FT HR Forum: The Challenge of Improving Social Mobility

Senior HR Leaders only

Helen Barrett, FT Work & Careers Editor with the Rt Hon Justine Greening MP and Trevor Phillips OBE, Chair, Green Park Group; former President, The John Lewis Partnership and Chair, Social Mobility Foundation.

"The breadth of the conversation for such a short timeframe was really great. Both of the keynote guests brought great perspectives and were frank/honest in sharing their observations. I thoroughly enjoyed the discussion and have a number of takeaways."

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Engaging Generation Z: Five Important Things Companies Need to Understand

Caroline Binham, FT Financial Regulation Correspondent and Editorial Director of the Women’s Forum talked to Andrew Scott, author of The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity and Professor of Economics at London Business School and Dr Eliza Filby, Historian of Contemporary Values, Generations Expert and Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London.

"The subject matter experts were excellent, and it was a truly interesting and relevant topic."

For post-event information, please contact eden.kyle@ft.com.

View from the Top with Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

In conversation with Miranda Green, FT Deputy Opinion Editor.

"Sadiq was an excellent speaker and spoke about key issues which impacted me personally."

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Beyond Brexit: The Impact on Business with Jacob Rees-Mogg

Conservative MP for North East Somerset in conversation with George Parker, FT Political Editor. 

On the eve of a crucial European Council meeting in Brussels, the FT125 presents "Beyond Brexit with Jacob Rees-Mogg", a chance to hear from one of the most influential figures in Britain's debate on Europe. While Theresa May is negotiating Britain's future relationship with the EU in Brussels, she will be looking over her shoulder at the likely reaction of Mr Rees-Mogg, the head of the European Research Group, which counts over 60 Tory MPs among its supporters.

The prime minister is caught between two powerful Tory factions as she navigates the final phase of Brexit talks, with pro-Europeans urging her to adopt a soft Brexit and Eurosceptics urging her to make a clean break with the EU. Mr Rees-Mogg's vision of Britain after Brexit - including the future for the City of London - is always provocative and never dull: Theresa May takes the man at the centre of "Moggmania" very seriously indeed.

"Relevant topic with an interesting speaker - fiercely intellectual with clear and honestly held opinions whose views were by and large at odds with the majority of the room. The questioning by the FT representative was also excellent."

For post-event information, please contact eden.kyle@ft.com