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Sharing Economy Dinner with after dinner speaker, Debbie Wosskow, CEO of Love Home Swap

at Restaurant at the IoD, St. James (map)

Who's coming

  • Drummond

    CEO, GoCarShare

  • Makoto

    Founder, StepUp

  • Merilee

    CEO and Founder, UnderTheDoormat

  • Benita

    Founder at Compare and Share, Chief Sharer at The People Who Share

  • Ele

    Doctoral Researcher, LSE

  • Sarah

    --, Senselab

  • Clare

    Founder & CEO, MyFriendsRoom

  • Host

    Hostess Extraordinaire at TableCrowd!

  • George

    Marketing Director at Evergrad

  • Sri

    Web Developer

  • Jimmy

    Deputy Head of Policy, Institute of Directors

  • Matthew

    Matthew Rippon, *particular

  • Elka

    Actor and Founder of Natural Skincare Brand, 34.4

  • Michael

    Founder & CEO , Assembly Capital Advisors

  • Damian

    Co founder & CEO, Showslice UK Ltd

  • Guy

    Executive Director, Coadec (The Coalition for a Digital Economy)

  • Anna

    Head of Communications, JustPark

  • The

    Assistant Sharer, The People Who Share

  • Daniela
  • Debbie

    CEO & Founder, Love Home Swap

  • Nazieh

    Consultant, N/A


Restaurant at the IoD

116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED

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You’re invited to join our sharing economy networking dinner.

We’ve partnered with the Institute of Directors to host this dinner and we’re excited to dine in the beautiful restaurant at the prestigious IoD premises in Pall Mall.

The IoD will introduce the evening and then informally over dinner, key policy makers will shed some light on the complicated process of interacting with Government and Parliament, but how it is becoming increasingly important, for startups as well as major corporations. This is particularly pertinent right now for the sharing economy, in light of the recent consultation (read on....)

We’ll enjoy a delicious three course dinner, followed by an after-dinner talk and informal Q&A with Debbie Wosskow, CEO of Love Home Swap. Debbie is leading an independent review of the Sharing Economy for the UK Government. She has been exploring the social and economic potential of the sharing economy (including property sharing, time and skill sharing, shared transport and personal items) and making recommendations on how this potential can be reached. She has also been considering risks to consumers, or established businesses outside the sharing economy.

It will be a great opportunity to network and share insights with Debbie and others interested in this exciting and growing area.

The cost is £34 which includes private dining experience with speaker, 2 course dinner with wine plus highly curated and relevant networking.

On the menu:
> Salmon gravlax
> Layered char grilled vegetables with boccocini sun blushed tomato dressing (for vegetarians)
> Guinea Fowel
> Potato gnocchi with walnuts and Talegio (for vegetarians)
> Cheese plate


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