Focusing on what this summer’s London Olympics means for small and medium-sized firms (SMEs), speakers include Paul Deighton, chief executive of Locog, and Olympic gold-medal swimmer-turned-business consultant Adrian Moorhouse.
Tonight's panel speakers from Transport for London and Olympic sponsor Cisco will join a discussion chaired by James Ashton, the Evening Standard’s city editor.
"London 2012 is good for business," Deighton said. "Locog has awarded more than £1 billion of business contracts — of which more than 70% have gone to SMEs."
C&IT recently interviewed London Evening Standard's Louise Henry and Altitude London's Peter Kerwood.