IBSA Spring Conference 2023


IBSA Spring Conference 2023

This page was last updated on April 18, 2023
Shipleys is delighted to sponsor the International Business Structuring Association's (IBSA) Spring conference, with Ben Bidnell joining the panel of expert speakers. The conference will focus on case studies relating to international business structuring for entrepreneurial ventures.

The International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) Spring Conference takes place on Thursday 11 May, at the offices of Investec in London.

This year the focus of the conference is International Business Structuring for Entrepreneurial Ventures. Over four key sessions, conference delegates will discuss case studies which explore issues relating to:

The conference will also explore the future of AI and ChatGPT and the possible fragmentation of the internet.

At the end of the event, there will be a networking barbecue on the roof terrace of Investec’s offices, at 30 Gresham St EC2V 7PG, which will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with the speakers and to network with fellow conference attendees in a superb setting. 

We are delighted to announce Shipleys’ Principal, Ben Bidnell, is joining the panel of expert speakers on the day.

Find out more about the conference programme

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