Brexit: What next for British companies?
22 November 2018
March 29th 2019 is D-Day for Brexit.
Government plans continue to lack clarity. The Foreign and Brexit Ministers have resigned and British-based companies like Jaguar Landrover, Airbus and BMW are issuing warnings. With the future still full of uncertainty how can British companies plan ahead?
This exciting one-day conference is for directors and senior managers of British-based companies and European organisations trading with the UK.
Hamish McRae – Keynote Speaker
Among Europe's foremost speakers on global future trends in economics, business and society. He is the principal economic commentator for The Independent online, and a columnist for the London Evening Standard and Daily Mail. He is also the author of the acclaimed work on the future, The World in 2020: Power, Culture and Prosperity.
Winner of the David Watt Prize for Outstanding Political Journalism and principal economic commentator for the Independent online, Hamish McRae, will be sharing his insights on the Government’s economic, political and legal options following Brexit. Discussion will include the implications of various exit scenarios, and what they mean for British industry and commerce.
Insights from a leading British company on how they have been planning for different Brexit scenarios over the past 18 months and the positive effect this has had on their businesses.
Oliver Wight’s brand new global alliance with leading advisory firm EY, and the launch of Enterprise Business Planning, the latest evolution of IBP, which is set to transform the world of business planning.
We have partnered with the Raddison Blu Edwardian Heathrow, to offer rooms at a promotional rate: Click here to book your stay.
For further details please contact [email protected]
Location: The Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Heathrow
Telephone: +44 (0) 01452 397220