Exporting and the regional economy after Brexit
23rd January 2019
Ward Hadaway invite you to a presentation and panel session on Wednesday 23rd January in Newcastle where a range of expert speakers will provide you with updates on the latest developments with regards to Brexit and likely outcomes to assist you in developing your own planning processes.
Surveys relating to Brexit consistently show that business believes that uncertainty is bad for business. The country is currently faced with a wide range of scenarios, from a “no deal” Brexit to a second referendum. On 15th January, Parliament is to have a meaningful vote on “Theresa May’s deal”. Businesses in the meantime need to keep abreast of the range of potential outcomes, and make contingency plans so they are ready to respond once we emerge from the current uncertainty.
The event will include contributions from the Confederation of British Industry, North East of England Chamber of Commerce, the North East LEP, NOF Energy, Barclays Bank and of course, Ward Hadaway.
The panel will consider the impact on exporting, international trade and the regional economy following Parliament’s decision on Theresa May’s Brexit deal as well as the new relationship with Europe.
We anticipate this session will fill up fast so secure your free place.
8.00am – Registration and breakfast
8.30am – Presentations and panel discussion
10.30am – Close
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