This exclusive event will see representatives from Britain’s biggest business support organisations discuss the ramifications of Brexit on businesses across the UK. As the UK continues to negotiate its withdrawal from the EU, this event will provide a unique insight into how businesses should prepare.
Are you a Chamber member based in Wolverhampton?
Are you keen to engage with your local MP on key issues affecting your business?
Join us at the Black Country Chamber of Commerce on Friday 15th February from 14:00-16:00 to discuss a range of vital business policy issues.
Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centre is proud to host a Brexit Business Breakfast in association with West Midlands Economic Forum.
On February 1st, there will be fewer than 57 days to the date originally designated for the conclusion of the Article 50 process. This seminar will aim to consider the implications of the current stage of the Brexit and prospects of a resolution for Wolverhampton and the wider West Midlands region.
In recent weeks we have seen the rhetoric around a ‘No Deal’ ramped up yet again. This event is an opportunity to discuss specific policy issues around the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Join us for a panel discussion with several of the Region’s top industry experts to explore some of the key issues facing Shropshire businesses in relation to Brexit. We are delighted that Laura Parkinson of Lanyon Bowdler has agreed to act as chairperson. The event offers local businesses the chance to voice opinions, ask questions and discuss what a post-Brexit Britain could look like.
With the Trigger of Article 50 imminent, what will the impact be for Hereford and UK business post Brexit?