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Brexit for Business: Safeguard your Interests - Event

Breakfast Briefing on Brexit for Business - How to Safeguard Your Interests

Panel discussion and Q&A at K&L Gates Tuesday, 27 September, 8:00am - 9:30am

Join us for a panel discussion to explore key issues facing businesses as we renegotiate our relationship with the EU in the lead up to Brexit. Although the future is uncertain and change will be slow, we will discuss ways for businesses to capitalise on opportunities and mitigate risks.

Our esteemed panellists will include:

A complimentary light breakfast will be served prior to the discussion.

Would you like to attend?

We have partnered with K&L Gates to put on this fantastic event. The event is by invitation only and space is limited. If you would like to attend, please contact Sally to request a place. If you can't attend on this date, we are having a follow-up event on this topic at the Club at the Ivy on 18 October. You may preliminarily request a place for that event by emailing Sally.

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Author: Sally Dawson

Sally is our in-house head of marketing, supporting the global business across all areas of marketing and communications.

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