BritishAmerican Business Celebrates the Future of the Transatlantic Relationship with the Launch of its Latest Publication – ‘Time to Listen: Perspectives from Future Transatlantic Leaders’

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London – BritishAmerican Business (BAB), in proud partnership with the U.S. Embassy London, today launched its latest publication, showcasing the views and opinions of university students across the United Kingdom on the ‘special relationship’ between the UK and USA.

The publication was developed as a result of the Future Transatlantic Leaders Programme, which saw BAB tour the length and breadth of the UK to visit universities and meet with students to speak face-to-face about the ‘special relationship’ and what more could be done to strengthen it.

Titled, “Time To Listen: Perspectives from Future Transatlantic Leaders,” this publication provides a comprehensive overview of what we learned during our meetings with these students. It explores what the ‘special relationship’ means to young people today, the ‘Future Transatlantic Leaders’, and presents suggestions on how the UK and US Governments can work to strengthen this relationship, in what areas, and how they can improve opportunities for young people with transatlantic ambitions to engage with this relationship.

The publication is the latest in a series of new initiatives by BAB to bring the story of the transatlantic relationship to life, and showcase its impact on real people the length and breadth of the UK and the USA.

Director of Policy & Trade, Emanuel Adam said:

“This publication, and the Future Transatlantic Leaders Programme, highlights a clear appetite for interest in transatlantic relations amongst young people in the UK, and it is fantastic to see BAB as a leader in this space. We look forward to furthering our engagement with younger people in the UK and the US in the coming months and years, and nurturing the future of the special relationship.”

Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Theo Bachrach said:

“I’m delighted to see the launch of this publication at such a critical time for UK-US relations. It’s extremely encouraging to see first-hand the deep knowledge of, and enthusiasm for the special relationship in young people in the UK, who will ultimately be the leaders of growing and strengthening this relationship in the future. They are an audience that we cannot afford to neglect.”




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