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    START DATE 2 November 2016
    START TIME 05:30pm

    C219, Executive Boardroom, College Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

    END DATE 2 November 2016
    END TIME 08:00pm

    Dan Lewis on Raising Humanity’s Gaze: the Coming Age of Commercial Space Flight and What It Will Mean for Our Economy and Culture in the 21st Century

    At the last of this year’s Middlesex University Business School’s Distinguished Lecture Series events we will be joined by Dan Lewis, Senior Infrastructure Adviser to the Institute of Directors.

    Dan’s role incorporates the areas of energy, roads, railways, airports, spaceports, ports, utilities, telecommunications, flood defences, waste and local amenities, and as such he meets and engages with the business community on infrastructure and energy issues, develops and write policy papers, and contributes to the media on behalf of the IoD Over the years he has contributed to amongst others the Wall Street Journal Europe, The Daily Telegraph, European CEO, World Finance and has spoken on many radio and TV programmes including BBC Radio 4’s The Today Programme, Sky News, BBC World Service, 5 Live as well as BBC News 24 TV.

    The evening is a great opportunity to not only engage with a topic that is highly relevant to us all but to also network with members of the Business School and professionals from a diverse range of sectors. A range of nibbles and drinks will be provided.

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