BCCL is presenting Chris Kutarna – a Keynote Speaker at the 20th Anniversary


March 5, 2019

To mark the occasion of 20th Anniversary of the British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania, we are organizing an Exclusive Sit-Down Dinner featuring a very special guest – Chris Kutarna, Outstanding Keynote Speaker from the UK – one of the Global Top 10 Thinkers on the Future.

Dr. Chris Kutarna is co-author of Age of Discovery: Navigating the Storms of Our Second Renaissance, a best-selling, internationally acclaimed book published by Bloomsbury and St Martin’s Press, rated as one of the Global Top 10 Thinkers of the Future of Work by London Speaker Bureau, who will deliver a thought-provoking keynote speech: ”From Chaos to Clarity: Mapping the New World

”Right now, we are all on a journey—from one Age to the next – We are alive in a rare moment—a renaissance moment! People on a journey are literally “unsettled.” Trust this unsettled feeling. That is where self-knowledge of your leadership task begins!”

Chris has been a two-time Governor General’s Medallist, a Sauvé Fellow and Commonwealth Scholar, a Fellow of the Oxford Martin School and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology (Sydney) Business School.

Chris holds a doctorate in politics from Oxford University, where he mapped the political change of China’s emerging middle class. A former consultant with the Boston Consulting Group in Beijing, now entrepreneur, he lived in China for several years, speaks Mandarin, and is a published author with CITIC, China’s largest publishing group.

His articles appear everywhere from TIME Magazine to Vogue, and Chris reaches a global community of over 25,000 inboxes weekly via the letters he posts freely at www.kutarna.net.

Born far from any water – on the Canadian Praires – Chris nonetheless loves to row. He divides his time between London, Beijing and Regina.

“Chris dares to ask – and answer – the big, essential questions: where do we come from, what are we doing wrong – and right! – and where are we trying to go?” – Christine Lagarde, International monetary Fund