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Wednesday, 24 April, 2002, 08:17 GMT 09:17 UK
Live from the IOD Conference
Dr Henry Kissinger and Mary Robinson will speak
You can watch speeches from international political figures and business leaders at the Institute of Directors' annual convention live using BBC News Online's video stream.

The meeting is taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London beginning on Wednesday, 24 April at 1000AM BST (0900GMT).

Thousands of business executives will be discussing globalisation and how it is affecting companies worldwide.

The following speakers are due to address the conference (all times BST).

  • 1000: Opening: George Cox, Director General, IOD

  • 1022: Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

  • 1047AM: Richard Greenhalgh, chairman, Unilever UK

  • 1102: Malcolm Brinded, Shell UK

  • 1145: Henry Kissinger, former US Secretary of State

  • 1230: LUNCH

  • 1422: Sharon Reed and William Sargent, Framestore

  • 1455: William S. Farish, US Ambassador to the UK

  • 1543:: Clare Furse, chief executive, London Stock Exchange

  • 1558: Andrew Pinder, UK government e-envory

  • 1630: Stephen Covey, business author

  • 1700: Close

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