Brexit Event Video Released
The Supply Chain Academy, along with group partner Customs Insights, collaborated to deliver their most recent thought leadership event earlier this month, which covered the most topical and important issue of the millennium so far – Brexit.
We have now published a series of short video clips that provide insight into Brexit from our expert panelists and can be viewed by clicking the link below.
Alex Golledge – Deputy Agent at the Bank of England provided a snap-shot of the current state of the UK economy and then our panel of experts answered questions from the audience about how businesses can prepare for the medium and long-term results of Brexit.
Our panelists were: Terry Clear, Managing Director Customs Insights – Gary Cobbing, Commercial Director Uniserve Group – Charlotte Horobin, Regional Director EEF – Richard Rumbelow, EEF Europe Policy and Government Affairs Advisor.
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