The IoD’s December breakfast seminar, sponsored by Butterfield, will focus on the machinery of government and will look ahead to the 2020 election.
The event on the 6th December will see the IoD launch a survey to its members to uncover the political, economic and social issues that matter most to business. The survey results will be revealed early next year and will inform candidates of the issues local directors are most concerned about.
David Mullins, Lead Election Officer will give the audience an update on the mechanics of the next election and how Island Wide Voting will be implemented.
IoD Vice-Chair, Stretch Kontelij will give a short talk on good corporate governance in government and the event will also hear from IoD Chair, John Clacy who will present a ‘white paper’ to spark debate on what small changes to government processes that could make a significant difference to the speed at which policies and budget decisions can be made. This discussion paper will include many of the achievable ideas that were raised at the IoD’s mid-term event in March.
The breakfast will give attendees the opportunity to present their views to the IoD committee on the issues and viewpoints on which they will be judging deputy candidates.
The event is an opportunity for sitting and aspiring deputies to engage directly with business leaders.
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The IoD would like to thank Butterfield for its ongoing support of the breakfast series.