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Deputy Mayor of London for Business - Rajesh Agrawal - to open the West London Futures conference | Thurs 9 March 2016

West London Futures is just four weeks away. Today we're delighted to reveal our opening keynote speaker, as well as some special guests who will join our delegates in having their say on the future of West London. BOOK YOUR PLACE TODAY!
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Thursday 9 March 2017 | 10am – 4.30pm
The Drum at Wembley & Hilton London Wembley
West London Futures is fast approaching and, in this latest conference update, we've a wealth of information on who will be joining us to discuss the future of our sub-region.
In addition to Emma Hindes, General Manger at Westfield London; we're delighted to welcome Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor of London for Business, who will be providing his insights into London's economy as our opening keynote speaker to kick off the day.
Born in India, Rajesh Agrawal moved to London in 2001. As an entrepreneur he founded RationalFX in 2005, and Xendpay in 2014, both companies utilising technology to reduce the cost of international money transfer for businesses and individuals. A West London resident, Rajesh is passionate about promoting entrepreneurship and creating opportunities for young people. He was appointed Chair of Oxfam’s Enterprise Development Programme in 2015 and has been a Patron of the Prince’s Trust for many years.
Emma Hindes has managed shopping centres for Westfield for almost 15 years. Prior to Westfield, working in retail management gave Emma an insight into the importance of delivering a high quality product and service proposition. Combined with her experience of working with Westfield, Emma believes that the delivery of great customer service, offering a range of highly desirable services and intelligently targeted marketing to customers is fundamental to delivering high performing centres and loyalty.
Announcing our panellists
As part of West London Futures, we will be welcoming some of the key figures in our sub-region who are leading various facets of change and shaping West London's future built environment and economic landscape. Today, we're pleased to announce the first three guests on our afternoon discussion panel:
Victoria Hills, Chief Executive, Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
Victoria is a chartered planner and a former head of transport at the Greater London Authority. She was instrumental in the establishment of the OPDC, first as Director and then, since 2015, as Chief Executive.

Pat Hayes, Executive Director of Regeneration & Housing, Ealing Council
Pat has over 25 years experience in local government - the last 15 of which have been in top tier positions in London. He presently looks after Planning, regeneration, economic development, property, housing, community safety, environmental health and transport for London Borough of Ealing.

Phil Wilbraham, Expansion Programme Director, Heathrow Airport
Phil joined Heathrow in 2003. Phil was previously Director of Civil Engineering with TPS Consult, where he was involved in private and public sector schemes from feasibility stage through to design, construction and completion. This included working for Heathrow on Terminal 5 and many other projects supporting the aviation industry.
Don't forget, in addition to our guest speakers, as part of your delegate package, you will be able to attend two workshops, choosing from: Education & Skills - The Built Environment - Transport & Infrastructure - Sustainability & Climate Change - Health & Well-being - Creative & Technology - Export/International trade
Updated agenda for the day
10.00 - Registration and coffee
11.00 - Keynote: Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor of London for Business, followed by Q&A
11.30 - Workshop 1
12.30 - Light Lunch
13.30 - Workshop 2
14.30 - Panel discussion
15.00 - Closing Keynote: Emma Hindes, General Manager at Westifeld London, followed by Q&A
15.30 - Coffee & networking
16.30 - Close
West London Futures is your opportunity to have a say in the sub-region's future. If you've yet to do so, please book your place ASAP and be part of shaping the future of the UK's second largest economic powerhouse!
Ticket details:
Members (NGO): £99 + VAT *

Members: £198 + VAT **

Non-members (NGO): £149 +VAT ***

Non-member: £298 + VAT
* If you are a non-for-profit organisation and member of WLB, you are entitled to a £199 discount. Please use the Promotional Code NGOMEMBDISCOUNT to trigger the discount.
** If you are a member of WLB (private/public sector), you are entitled to a £100 discount. Please use the Promotional Code MEMBDISCOUNT to trigger the discount.
*** If you are a non-for-profit organisation non-member of WLB, you are entitled to a £149 discount. Please use the Promotional Code NMNGODISCOUNT to trigger the discount.

If you have any enquiries about the conference, including group discounts on ticket purchases, please contact or for sponsorship opportunities
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