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About The Conference

The 2011 Franco-British Student Conference is centred around the process of innovating, that is each step from the idea to the creation of value, via research and marketing. It aims at comparing the French and British innovation processes, in order to get the best of both worlds. Through various Case Studies, Workshops and Debates, the Conference aims at bringing people together, opposing various viewpoints and discussing and finding solutions to contemporary problems.

In the spirit of the Entente Cordiale, the conferences aim to reunite students from British and French institutes of higher education on a platform on which they may engage each other on subjects related to finance, economics and politics within the Franco-British context. Through speeches by academic and professional figures from both sides of the Channel, diverging viewpoints will be presented, debated and synergized, resulting in the conception of new, radical and effective solutions for the advancement of cross-Channel economic and commercial cooperation.

These conferences are not only fact-finding missions - they also serve to re-ignite dialogue between students and institutions on both sides of the Channel and as catalysts for future cooperation.

Previous Conferences

Franco-British Student Conference 2010