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October 17 2018 at 18:00
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About this event

The British Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to our annual CEO Forum on Wednesday 17 October 2018 at 18:00 at Banque de Luxembourg, 14 boulevard Royal, Luxembourg.

This year, we will be pleased to invite our CEOs to share with us their experiences and perspectives on the topic of business disruption.



Innovation, research, sharing economy, start-ups, industry 4.0, circular economy, digital transformation… We can all witness that our businesses are going through a new area of disruption and change. For some of them, opportunities are enormous and they succeed in adopting a new business model that helps them to evolve or to reinvent themselves. For others, challenges are just too complex and they slowly fade away.

Is your business a disruptor, being disrupted or both? Can you see where disruption is coming from? Can you plan for it, get ready for it or even use it for growth and expansion or should you just wait and see what will happen? Our speakers surely do have extensive experience in this area and will reflect on disruption as they live it in their respective industries.

Our guest speakers are:

  • Véronique Hoffeld, Managing Partner, Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg
  • Romain Hoffmann, Managing Director. BP Luxembourg
  • Marc Molitor, Co-Founder & Chairman, Doctena Luxembourg
  • Paul Peckels, CEO, Saint-Paul Luxembourg

Andy Adams, Chair of the BCC Business & Innovation Group will moderate the discussion.

The British Chamber wishes to thank Banque de Luxembourg for generously hosting this event in its premises.

The cost of attending this event is: Sustaining Members, FREE, Business & Individual Members, €20 and Non-Members, €40.

The evening will begin at 18:00 with registration. The presentations are scheduled to begin at 18:30 sharp. To close the evening drinks and canapes will be provided and, as always, the opportunity to meet and discuss with your fellow Chamber Members.


Practical information

Wednesday 17 October 2018 18:00
Banque de Luxembourg, 14, boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg