10Eighty has recently become a member of BritishAmerican Business (BAB), a transatlantic business network dedicated to championing its members’ ideas, interests, people and values.
BAB’s 460 members are a select group of international businesses ranging from small to large, startups to established institutions, and supported by dedicated teams in London and New York.
They count some of the world’s most prominent business leaders as core supporters, thought-leaders and influencers and operate across “the best business arena on the planet – New York and London.”
In addition, BAB have a broader network of like-minded business associations in the major cities across North America and the UK and valued connections with the US Chamber of Commerce and the global AMCHAM network.
Michael Moran, 10Eighty’s CEO said: “10Eighty’s membership of BritishAmerican Business sees us at the beginning of a new chapter in the UK’s economic journey. As we move inexorably towards post-EU trading arrangements in 2019, the special relationship between the US and UK and our close economic ties become even more significant.
That BAB’s objectives are closely attuned to the 10Eighty ethos is a bonus. Like us, they believe that the best business is personal, that all business is practical, that networking is essential to support business success and that global mobility in the workforce is critical for businesses to maintain international competitiveness.”
BAB membership complements 10Eighty’s longstanding membership of Global Outplacement Alliance, a network of national and international career service specialists supporting businesses and organisations in North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia.
As a member 10Eighty can attend a wide range of BAB events including a Women’s Conference, hosted by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, which is being held on 1 November 2017 when 10Eighty’s Head of Leadership Development, Joan O’Connor will be in attendance.