Day Two - Wednesday 11 October

7:30

Optional 5km jogging tour of Kigali

Alexis Sharangabo
Former Olympian and Rwandan national record holder

Alexis Sharangabo

Former Olympian and Rwandan national record holder

Alexis Sharangabo is a native of Rwanda, and a proud former Rwandan/American Olympian in middle and long distance runs. He graduated from Brevard College (Brevard, North Carolina, U.S.A) with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, and a concentration in Management. Very recently, in May, 2017, he completed his Masters in Global Business Management from the American Public University System (U.S.A).

His Athletics experience ranges from the collegiate ranks to Olympics and World Championships levels. He competed two times in Olympics Games and in many different World Indoor and Outdoor Championships for his mother land (Rwanda). He holds three Rwandan National Records in middle distance (800 meters, 1500 meters, and 1600 meters).

While running for Brevard College, Alexis Sharangabo was an outstanding six times national champion. He was named the “most valuable athlete” at Brevard College for the year 2000 and 2001. He was also named the athlete of the Year by the United States Track Coach Association (USTCA) after winning the 2000 National Cross Country, and the Outstanding Performer of the year 2001 Track and Field National Championships.

He holds five school records in 1500 meters (3:38.16), Mile (3:57.82), Indoor 3000meters (8:16.86), 5000meters (13:55.24), and Distance Medley Relay (9:46.14).

Currently, Alexis Sharangabo is still active in sports, especially in track & Field. He recently received two certificates of achievement of “Training course for Athletics Coaches (Olympic Solidarity), and Level I “IAAF Certified Course” for coaching. 

8:00 – 9:30

Registration and Refreshments

9:00 – 9:15

Welcoming remarks

9:15 – 10:15

General

The African Economy 2017 - Stagnation or Star Nations?

An in-depth look at the current global economic climate and its impact on the African market. With a decline in commodity prices and the strength of the USD, major structural reforms are needed with a renewed focus on diversified economies. Where are commodity prices going and what can be done by the industry to drive economic growth and development?

Daniel Silke
Director - Political Futures Consultancy

Daniel Silke

Director - Political Futures Consultancy

Daniel Silke is recognized as one of South Africa’s leading political economy analysts, futurists and most passionate keynote speakers. His success lies in blending both economic and political trends in highly accessible yet insightful presentations. As Director of the Political Futures Consultancy based in Cape Town, Silke serves a host of major global blue-chip companies with outstanding keynotes and workshops aimed at the convention, conference and events industries. He has over 15 years’ experience in delivering flagship presentations on Global, African and South African political and economic trends. Silke holds a Master’s degree from the University of Cape Town in South African and International Politics and was attached to the university's Institute for the Study of Public Policy where he tutored within the broader Department of Political Studies. Silke then served in public office as a Member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament and City Councillor in the City of Cape Town holding positions of whip for his party as well as portfolio committee chair for economic development. Since launching his consultancy, Silke has become a familiar name on the corporate speaking circuit and in the media - both within his native South Africa and overseas

Follow-on discussion on the big picture

A conversation on how the hospitality industry is tackling the challenges in the current political and economic environment. How are the global trends being translated to the hotel sector in Africa?

Daniel Silke
Director - Political Futures Consultancy

Daniel Silke

Director - Political Futures Consultancy

Daniel Silke is recognized as one of South Africa’s leading political economy analysts, futurists and most passionate keynote speakers. His success lies in blending both economic and political trends in highly accessible yet insightful presentations. As Director of the Political Futures Consultancy based in Cape Town, Silke serves a host of major global blue-chip companies with outstanding keynotes and workshops aimed at the convention, conference and events industries. He has over 15 years’ experience in delivering flagship presentations on Global, African and South African political and economic trends. Silke holds a Master’s degree from the University of Cape Town in South African and International Politics and was attached to the university's Institute for the Study of Public Policy where he tutored within the broader Department of Political Studies. Silke then served in public office as a Member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament and City Councillor in the City of Cape Town holding positions of whip for his party as well as portfolio committee chair for economic development. Since launching his consultancy, Silke has become a familiar name on the corporate speaking circuit and in the media - both within his native South Africa and overseas

In a one-on-one interview with:

Alex Kyriakidis
President & Managing Director, Middle East & Africa - Marriott International

Alex Kyriakidis

President & Managing Director, Middle East & Africa - Marriott International

Alex Kyriakidis is President and Managing Director, Middle East & Africa (MEA), for Marriott International, Inc., with responsibility for all business activities for the Middle East & Africa Region (MEA), including development, brands, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, legal and operations.
Prior to joining Marriott International in January 2012, Mr. Kyriakidis served as Global Managing Director – Travel, Hospitality & Leisure for Deloitte LLP.  In this role, Mr. Kyriakidis led the Global Travel, Hospitality & Leisure Industry team, where he was responsible for a team of 4,500 professionals.
Mr. Kyriakidis has 45 years of experience providing strategic, financial, M&A, operational, asset management and integration services to the travel, hospitality and leisure sectors.  He has served clients in 25 countries, predominantly in the EMEA and Asia/Pacific regions.
As President of the MEA region for Marriott International, Mr Kyriakidis leads the growth of Marriott’s business for the region. Mr. Kyriakidis was the MEA executive sponsor for the acquisition in 2013 of the South Africa based Protea hotels and is the MEA region sponsor for the integration of Starwood Hotels and Resorts.  The company has experienced substantial growth with a newly combined portfolio of 248 hotels and 54,988 rooms, in 30 countries and is targeting a projected growth of 150,000 rooms operational and pipeline in 38 countries by 2022 across MEA.
Mr Kyriakidis is a fellow of the Arab Society of Certified Accountants, the British Association of Hotel Accountants and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Mr. Kyriakidis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and mathematics from Leeds University in the United Kingdom.  He is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Mr Kyriakidis is fluent in English, Greek and Arabic. In his spare time, Mr. Kyriakidis enjoys training in Shotokan Karate in which he was awarded a third grade black belt in 2015.

10:15 – 10:45

Investors’ views on the opportunities in Africa

Filippo Sona
Director - Head of Hotels (MENA Region) - Colliers International

Filippo Sona

Director - Head of Hotels (MENA Region) - Colliers International

Filippo Sona has been in the global hotel industry for the past 20 years working for International hotel companies and consultancies in UK, USA, Middle East and North Africa. Filippo is specialized in destination and hotel development for mixed uses and stand alone projects, market & financial feasibility study, operator selection and strategic asset management. Filippo understanding of management agreements has been an invaluable skill to global law firms as an expert witness in International Arbitrations. His extensive operational background allows Filippo to provide true strategic operational and financial advice, to enhance hotel profitability and drive asset value. Filippo holds an MBA from Oxford Brooks University and an Honours Degree in Hospitality Management from Thames Valley University, London.

In conversation with:

Nizar Mawani
Director of Real Estate Developments - Rahmyn Developments and Real Estate

Nizar Mawani

Director of Real Estate Developments - Rahmyn Developments and Real Estate

Nizar was Born in Kenya and has lived in Canada for the past 36 years with his wife and two children.
He studied computer science and business at Carlton university in Ottawa Canada. He is currently operating a real estate development business in Angola and Canada.
He has operated in 3 continents 3 generations of evolving from family trading, franchise business and now currently in real estate & Hotel developments both in Canada and now for the past 3 years in Angola.

10:45 – 11:30

Focus on Aviation: Regional African connectivity

ForwardKeys will present the numbers relating to the forward-looking trends for air travel to, from and within Africa.

Gerard Brown
Divisional Director- Airports, ForwardKeys

Gerard Brown

Divisional Director- Airports, ForwardKeys

Ged is a senior commercial professional with over 20 years experience leading global travel and tourism organisations through transition and developing new revenue streams.

Currently heading up the Airport Division of the leading travel data and insights company, Forward Keys, Ged is a graduate of Dublin Business School and holds a Post Graduate Degree in Business Administration, Advanced Diploma from the Institute of Administrative Management, an Honors Degree in International Business Studies and a Higher National Diploma in International Business and Marketing.

He has previously held senior positions with Thomas Cook, TUI, Kuoni, Travel Weekly and most recently UBM Routes, where he has helped to shape the tourism role in air service development as well as securing all future hosts for the Routes events worldwide.

An expert in the development of international commercial relationships, Ged continues to work across the industry to promote the role of greater intelligence and insight for business critical decision making as well as advocate the positive economic impact of the travel industry.

Ged is passionate about the global travel and tourism industry and regularly writes articles for industry publications within the travel and tourism sector and is an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and passionate speaker at several trade events throughout the year.

He is married with two young daughters and spends his time between Valencia, Spain and Manchester, England.

Regional African Connectivity

Rapid urbanisation and the ongoing process to liberalise the African skies offers huge opportunities for improved connectivity between regions and cities. Could the hospitality and aviation industries work closer together to catalyse this growth?

Adefunke Adeyemi
Regional Director for Member and External Relations, IATA

Adefunke Adeyemi

Regional Director for Member and External Relations, IATA

Recently identified as one of the 200 Most Influential People of  African Descent (MIPAD) globally in recognition of her achievements, Adefunke Adeyemi is a transformative leader, agent of change and influencer, positively impacting lives and the business environment through her passion, work and initiatives. A product of the prestigious University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, she is a lawyer, advocate and aviation expert, focused on bringing value and international standards to everything she does, especially throughout her career spanning over 18 years.

In her current role as the Regional Director for Member and External Relations of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA), Africa and Middle East covering 68 countries, she advocates for the overall sustainability and growth of the aviation industry, showcasing the value it brings to business and economies as an enabler and catlyst for development and growth. She is the intermediary between airlines, the wider aviation community, governments and policy makers and the general public. She is responsible for conceptiualising and delivering an ongoing campaign regarding the transformation of Africa’s socio-economic prospects through improved air connectivity across the continent and introducing the concept of Smarter Regulation as a fundamental basis for sustainability.

Adefunke is passionate about Leadership and Innovation. Since joining IATA in 2009, she has been involved in many key industry and leadership initiatives, including being chosen as part of a core group of senior managers tasked with revising the strategic direction of the global aviation industry, the re-organisation of IATA to better meet member and industry needs, and over the past 6 years, has participated as a national delegate at the Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to facilitate the global air transport industry position on Environmental issues.

Adefunke heads the Diversity and Inclusion initiative of IATA in Africa and Middle East and before that, led its Women in Leadership initiative in the region.  She is passionate about empowering the female workforce to occupy senior management positions nationally, regionally and globally through mentorship and training, focusing on competence and merit.

She began her career practicing law with F.O. Akinrele & Co., one of the leading law firms in Nigeria and commenced her foray into aviation in 2004 as part of the set up team of Virgin Nigeria Airways, thereafter being appointed as the Head of Legal Services and Company Secretary at just 31. She held that position for 4 years before joining IATA. While at Virgin Nigeria, Funke was nominated to the IATA Industry Affairs Committee, the global committee for inter-airline co-operation and development of global aero-political initiatives for the entire industry.

She joined IATA as the Country Manager for Nigeria and English speaking West Africa, where she helped achieve many ‘firsts’, including helping secure the ‘Abuja Declaration’ for global standards in African aviation safety and security, as well as developing and implementing a robust financial programme for ticket sales for airlines and travel agents in Nigeria and Ghana.

Funke obtained her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Commercial Law from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom after reading Law at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She also holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore, during which she simultaneously completed a collaborative Advanced Management Program in Aviation, Leadership and Innovation between the Nanyang Business School, Berkeley Haas School of Business, University of California and the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

Adefunke is a member of the African Ledership Network, an Associate of the worldwide Institude of Directors and member of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group. She enjoys travelling, running (being an active member of the Road Warriors running club) and volunteer work including being a co-administrator for ‘Forty For Good’, a non-profit initiative supporting the Disabled Elderly, Children in Need, Childless Widows and Fertility. She is an accomplished public speaker. 

In conversation with:

Olivier Granet
Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer - AccorHotels Middle East and Africa

Olivier Granet

Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer - AccorHotels Middle East and Africa

Olivier Granet is the Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels Middle East since January 2016. In January 2017 he took also the responsibility of Africa. He oversees the overall AccorHotels’ diverse portfolio of internationally renowned luxury, upscale, midscale and economy hotels in these regions, and is responsible for the development of the AccorHotels network in the Middle East and Africa. This includes 200 operational hotels with over 43,000 rooms across thirty countries, and over 32,000 rooms under development representing a total of 75,000 rooms committed.

Olivier’s previous role was Senior Vice President of Development at AccorHotels Middle East. Since he moved to Dubai in 2011, Olivier oversaw the signing of over 90 new partnership agreements across the region; reaching a rate of one new signature every two weeks.
He is a 16-year veteran of the hospitality industry, having joined AccorHotels in 1999 as Chief Financial Officer for Central Europe, based in Budapest. Moving to Paris in 2002, Olivier was appointed Vice President, Corporate Finance, in charge of integrating the German hotel chain Dorint and developing synergies with Club Méditerranée and Groupe Lucien Barrière. He served as AccorHotels’ Executive Committee General Secretary in 2006, and Chief Financial Officer for Accor Services in 2007 and 2008. Olivier took on the role of Senior Vice President, Strategy in 2009, before moving to Dubai two years later to head up AccorHotels’ regional Development team in the Middle East.
Prior to joining AccorHotels, Olivier worked with Deloitte & Touche for ten years, initially as an auditor and later as a Manager in the Corporate Finance Department, holding positions in France and abroad.
He has a degree from the Grenoble Institute of Political Studies (Sciences-Po Grenoble) and an MBA from ESSEC Business School in Paris.

David King
Project Manager, Cape Town Air Access (WESGRO)

David King

Project Manager, Cape Town Air Access (WESGRO)

David King completed his studies in 2001 at Stellenbosch University with a BComm (Hons) Logistics Management and an M (Town and Regional Planning) after which he worked in London, UK for a year as a transport and town planner. After returning to South Africa he worked for the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria for eight years as a transport and logistics researcher. During 2011-2016 David was employed as a project manager and transport specialist for a consultancy company in Stellenbosch (GAIN group) which mainly focussed on long term demand planning for freight and goods movements in South Africa. His major contribution was expanding this model to 17 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Since October 2016 David is a project manager at WESGRO (The Official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape) for the Cape Town Air Access project. The main goal of the project is to intensify and broaden Western Cape air access to targeted African and international markets to improve Western Cape economic competitiveness.

Chance Ndagano
Chief Executive Officer, RwandAir

Chance Ndagano

Chief Executive Officer, RwandAir

A pilot by profession, he brings to the airline over 20 years of experience in aviation management having worked previously in Akagera Aviation as the Chief Operations Officer and served as Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA). He also holds a Bachelor’s (Hons) Degree in Aviation Science and a commercial pilot license with instrument rating (CPL/IR).

 

11:30 – 12:00

Coffee break

12:00 – 12:30

The battle for West Africa’s skies

Alex Nwuba
CEO, Smile Air

Alex Nwuba

CEO, Smile Air

Adefunke Adeyemi
Regional Director for Member and External Relations, IATA

Adefunke Adeyemi

Regional Director for Member and External Relations, IATA

Recently identified as one of the 200 Most Influential People of  African Descent (MIPAD) globally in recognition of her achievements, Adefunke Adeyemi is a transformative leader, agent of change and influencer, positively impacting lives and the business environment through her passion, work and initiatives. A product of the prestigious University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, she is a lawyer, advocate and aviation expert, focused on bringing value and international standards to everything she does, especially throughout her career spanning over 18 years.

In her current role as the Regional Director for Member and External Relations of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA), Africa and Middle East covering 68 countries, she advocates for the overall sustainability and growth of the aviation industry, showcasing the value it brings to business and economies as an enabler and catlyst for development and growth. She is the intermediary between airlines, the wider aviation community, governments and policy makers and the general public. She is responsible for conceptiualising and delivering an ongoing campaign regarding the transformation of Africa’s socio-economic prospects through improved air connectivity across the continent and introducing the concept of Smarter Regulation as a fundamental basis for sustainability.

Adefunke is passionate about Leadership and Innovation. Since joining IATA in 2009, she has been involved in many key industry and leadership initiatives, including being chosen as part of a core group of senior managers tasked with revising the strategic direction of the global aviation industry, the re-organisation of IATA to better meet member and industry needs, and over the past 6 years, has participated as a national delegate at the Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to facilitate the global air transport industry position on Environmental issues.

Adefunke heads the Diversity and Inclusion initiative of IATA in Africa and Middle East and before that, led its Women in Leadership initiative in the region.  She is passionate about empowering the female workforce to occupy senior management positions nationally, regionally and globally through mentorship and training, focusing on competence and merit.

She began her career practicing law with F.O. Akinrele & Co., one of the leading law firms in Nigeria and commenced her foray into aviation in 2004 as part of the set up team of Virgin Nigeria Airways, thereafter being appointed as the Head of Legal Services and Company Secretary at just 31. She held that position for 4 years before joining IATA. While at Virgin Nigeria, Funke was nominated to the IATA Industry Affairs Committee, the global committee for inter-airline co-operation and development of global aero-political initiatives for the entire industry.

She joined IATA as the Country Manager for Nigeria and English speaking West Africa, where she helped achieve many ‘firsts’, including helping secure the ‘Abuja Declaration’ for global standards in African aviation safety and security, as well as developing and implementing a robust financial programme for ticket sales for airlines and travel agents in Nigeria and Ghana.

Funke obtained her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Commercial Law from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom after reading Law at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She also holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore, during which she simultaneously completed a collaborative Advanced Management Program in Aviation, Leadership and Innovation between the Nanyang Business School, Berkeley Haas School of Business, University of California and the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

Adefunke is a member of the African Ledership Network, an Associate of the worldwide Institude of Directors and member of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group. She enjoys travelling, running (being an active member of the Road Warriors running club) and volunteer work including being a co-administrator for ‘Forty For Good’, a non-profit initiative supporting the Disabled Elderly, Children in Need, Childless Widows and Fertility. She is an accomplished public speaker. 

Theodore Chikelu
Managing Director/ CEO, Jet Afrique

Theodore Chikelu

Managing Director/ CEO, Jet Afrique

A veteran of startup airlines and an expert in route development and the African market development. Mr. Chikelu deliberately focused on the African markets and has over 25 years’ experience in marketing and business development in the whole of African aviation landscape. Theodore Chikelu was very instrumental to the extensive regional and international expansion of Bellview airlines, now called First Nation and the only Airline using airbuses in the Nigerian market now. He was also the project manager regional expansion for Sosoliso airlines, Aero Contractors and Arik air where he rose to the rank of Vice president commercial for the African Market. Mr. Chikelu collaborated with Hassan Zakari of route development initiatives which saw most of the new routes he initiated reaching 80 Per cent load factors within a few months of commencement.

The most glaring example of his work is the rapid shift of Arik air from a $10 million a month operation in 2010 to a $50 million plus a month in revenues by the end of 2012. His wealth of Knowledge of the region and the dynamics of the market will help place Jet Afrique at the fore front of efficient and well run airlines in the contemporary African market. Regulatory authorities and aviation stake holders, who are conversant with Mr. Chikelu’s work in Domestic and regional Aviation development have consistently encouraged him to initiate and establish a credible airline in Nigeria and West/Central Africa. Over the past eight years he has been on the project, developing the strategy and picking a dynamic team of like-minded and goal oriented people who will guarantee the success of the airline.

12:30 – 13:00

The importance of data. How airports and airlines can use data to make better decisions

Gad Wavomba
Principal Consultant Africa, Sabre

Gad Wavomba

Principal Consultant Africa, Sabre

Current Role:  Gad is a member of Pricing & Revenue Management practice. He is involved with projects related to Revenue Management & Pricing product implementations and strategic business consulting. Gad provides advisory to C-level global airline leadership teams while functioning as a liaison with clients for medium to large projects. He now leads consulting initiatives across Africa to provide value to Airlines in the region.

Client Experience:  Gad has worked with global carriers in Africa, Asia and India developing strategies to maximize revenue and apply industry best practices across commercial groups. His areas of expertise revolve around Revenue Management, group management, RM O&D, Organization Structure, Commercial Management, SPA’s, Network Planning, and KPIs/Reporting.

Education: A certified multi-engine private pilot, Gad has a Masters of Business from Aston Business School in Birmingham, United Kingdom and undergraduate studies Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, United States.

Other Experience:  Prior to joining consulting, Gad held positions at Southwest Airlines, America’s largest domestic airline, in Network Planning and Revenue Management. Gad’s career includes Network Planning experience at Continental Airlines and Arik Air in Nigeria. 

13:00 – 13:30

The national carrier conundrum. An impediment to or catalyst for economic success?

Moderated by:

Martin Jansen van Vuuren
Director, Grant Thornton

Martin Jansen van Vuuren

Director, Grant Thornton

Martin is a director at Grant Thornton and for the past 19 years has specialised in advisory services to the tourism, hospitality and leisure industry throughout Africa.  The advisory services include feasibility studies, economic impact studies, financial and business evaluations, market research, strategy and transaction advice to both the public and private sector.  Martin has completed various assignments to assess the viability of air access routes, the feasibility of airport developments and the economic impact of these developments

In conversation with:

Hervé Gueusquin
Senior Manager, Airline of Chad

Hervé Gueusquin

Senior Manager, Airline of Chad

Richard Kyereh
Acting Head of Commercial, Africa World Airlines

Richard Kyereh

Acting Head of Commercial, Africa World Airlines

Mr. Richard Kyereh has been the Acting Head of Commercial since July, 2016, having joined AWA in December 2015 as the Deputy Head of Commercial. He served in various capacities during his 8-year stint with Antrak Air, starting as a Project/Safety Officer in 2007 and exiting as the Head of Commercial in 2015. During that period, he gained valuable experience in Airline Competitive Strategies, Quality Management, Marketing, Distribution and Airport Operations. He is a man of many hats, with proven skills in airline management; project management; supply chain and operations management; and contract negotiations. He has an enviable understanding of the West African travel market: knowledge that is priceless in AWA’s strategy of regional network expansion. Richard actively shares his expertise through speaking engagements at aviation conferences and travel market forums around the continent.

Mr. Kyereh holds two IATA Diplomas in Airline Management and Airline Revenue Accounting and Controls; an MBA in Project Management from GIMPA, ICM-UK Diplomas in Human Resource Management and Financial Management and Alumni of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)  He is a certified member of the Project Management Institute (PMI), USA.

 

Chance Ndagano
Chief Executive Officer, RwandAir

Chance Ndagano

Chief Executive Officer, RwandAir

A pilot by profession, he brings to the airline over 20 years of experience in aviation management having worked previously in Akagera Aviation as the Chief Operations Officer and served as Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA). He also holds a Bachelor’s (Hons) Degree in Aviation Science and a commercial pilot license with instrument rating (CPL/IR).

 

Dikko Nwachukwu
Founder and CEO, jetWest

Dikko Nwachukwu

Founder and CEO, jetWest

Dikko Nwachukwu is passionate about changing the way people travel in Nigeria and West Africa and has created jetWest (FlyjetWest) to solve this. With an education background from the UK and US plus 20 years of managerial and entrepreneurial experience, he was most recently Chief Commercial Officer at Aero Contractors of Nigeria and has been involved in a number of African start ups in transport and technology. 

13:30 – 14:30

Networking lunch

14:30 – 18:00

One-to-one business meetings

Pre-arranged one-to-one business meetings based on your personalised meeting diary

Timeslots: 14:30 - 14:50 15:00 - 15:20; 15:30 - 15:50; 16:00 - 16:20; 16:30 - 16:50; 17:00 - 17:20; 17:30-17:50