Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit
Great panel session “Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit’ was hosted by Small Business Charter on 5 November at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London. Welcome by Lord Young and expert panel moderated by Michelle Ovens MBE.
Keynote Lord Young started with an anecdote of how the salient interview job was about service pensions, at the start of his career in 1948. He then gave the antecedents of how he came into Commercial and Government service and his role as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry.
Lord Young made mention of his agreement with Jeremy Corbyn on the future need of a four day working week, with the Leisure & Entertainment industry to grow employment. He remarked on the changed business landscape and set the tone of the panel discussion by explaining that business would always face challenges which could be turned into opportunities.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May delivered her ‘global blueprint’ speech on 17 January in London when she set out objectives for negotiating “Brexit”, the UK’s exit from the EU, and the revised partnership the UK is seeking from the European Union.
These principal 3 objectives were: control of immigration, free trade with European markets, new trade agreements with other countries for a smooth, orderly Brexit. The Prime Minister also set out her vision for UK relationship with the rest of the world, which was positive and inclusive. Read more
There will always be International Trade deals to be negotiated and Regulations to follow either way. This should be a debate about the economic and political trade-offs involved in or outside the EU
In a grand gesture to avoid a partisan debate the East London Club will host 25 April event, we will focus on how EUTrade affects Small and Medium sized Business.
This seminar provides an excellent overview of key international business considerations. This will help you prepare for entry into new markets.
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Attend this FREE event to participate in the #EUTrade debate and find out the benefits gained by Poland’s EU Membership and why Poland would still be a good market in/out of the EU. Register here.