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 Post Brexit Prospects in London and the South East
Wednesday 02 November 2016 @ 18:00
The event started -774 days ago
Post Brexit Prospects in London and the South East
 

Some organisations have been able to protect their risks and exposures through forward contracts and 'Brexit' clauses embedded into contracts but these measures can only provide shelter in the short term. The long terms prospects for different economic sectors are far from clear, yet it is vital for UK businesses to be confident and continue to grow. Businesses need facts and practical advice in order to plan and prepare for Brexit with minimum disruption and in a way that stimulates businesses to move forward. A panel of sector experts will cast some light on key issues.

Why you should attend this event:

  • economic update;
  • stories from business leaders;
  • examples of business strategic responses to Brexit;
  • latest findings of the ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor;
  • predicting and planning for trading and skills gaps.

After the panellists have spoken attendees will be invited to express views and pose questions, followed by networking with business peers facing similar challenges.

A light buffet and refreshments will be provided.

Panellists

  • Simon Alsop, Head of Business, ICAEW.
  • Emma Jones, Founder, Enterprise Nation.
  • Neil Christie, Commercial Director, iomart.
  • Professor Matthew Humphries, Dean of Business, University of East London
  • Paul Kelly, Your Business Community Ltd

Chair - Richard Morgan, FCA, Morgans Chartered Accountants

 

For more information and to book your free ticket, please click here.

 

Organised by the ICAEW, it is also supported by the Croydon Chambers of Commerce & Industry

 
Location 
Croydon Park Hotel
7 Altyre Road
London
England
CR9 5AA

3 minutes walk from East Croydon station, there is on site parking (chargeable) and several buses pass near by.

 
 
 
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Paul Kelly
 
 
 
 
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