Customs Insights Launch Brexit Event
Customs Insights have just confirmed a thought leadership event – which will be taking place in conjunction with sister company the Supply Chain Academy – and will be covering the most topical and important issue of the millennium so far – Brexit.
The dinner event is being held on the 5th of December and will start with a brief snap-shot of the current state of the UK economy from Alex Golledge, Deputy Agent at the Bank of England. This will be followed by an interactive discussion with a panel of experts, who will take questions and suggest how businesses can prepare for the medium and long-term results of Brexit.
SCA & CICL Brexit Event – The Supply Chain Academy, Upminster – 5th December from 5.30pm
Guests will leave this event with a renewed understanding of the specific challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit, the latest information and numerous tips for offsetting the risks.
- Terry Clear, Managing Director of Customs Insights
- Gary Cobbing, Commercial Director of the Uniserve Group
- Kevin Shakespeare, Director of the Institute of Export & International Trade
- Charlotte Horobin, Director at the EEF – The Manufacturing’ organisation
- TBC, Policy Director at the CBI
For more information on the event please click the button below. If you would like to know more about how the Supply Chain Academy can add value to your business, then please email email@example.com or call 01708 259450.
To find out more about how Customs Insights can add assist with your post-Brexit customs preparations, then please call 01304 211652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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