NI Chamber to host BBC Director-General
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) is set to host a special event with BBC Director-General Tim Davie CBE later this week.
The membership organisation is extending an open invitation to business people across Northern Ireland to join the live broadcast on Thursday, April 29 at 2pm.
During an interview with Dame Rotha Johnston, Tim will outline his role at the helm of the public service broadcaster and share his vision for the future of the organisation.
In the course of the exclusive interview, he will touch on the challenges the BBC faces and discuss its enormous contribution to the creative economy and community life. Tim will also draw on his vast experience in various leadership roles, including what he learned as Head of the BBC’s commercial operations. This is a unique opportunity for local business people to learn from one of the UK’s most senior executive leaders. Place in the virtual studio audience are free but pre-registration is required. To secure a place, visit the NI Chamber website.
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