On Friday 4 October 2019 the Chamber plans to hold an EU Exit preparation event.
Industry experts from across a variety business functions will present and discuss organisational challenges and opportunities. They will share best practice in regard to current preparation for EU exit and share potential challenges and opportunities in relation to specific business functions across organisational structures and sectors. The event will provide practical business advice regarding regulatory change. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy will also provide a 20 minute presentation on preparing your business for exiting the EU.
Please be aware that this event is subject to change.
This event will only take place if the UK is still set to leave the EU on Thursday 31 October 2019. The event may change or be postponed dependent on the course of negotiations and in consideration of either a “Deal”, “No-Deal” or “Flextension” scenario. In a circumstance where a delay is agreed between the EU and UK, this event might be postponed. This is to ensure the event only takes place if new relevant, constructive and useful information can be given to attendees.
This event will be interactive; the audience will be encouraged to arrive ready to participate in discussion and ask questions. The purpose of this event is to have a constructive conversation about how businesses can prepare for regulatory changes associated with a “No Deal” exit or a managed “Deal” exit from the EU.
This event is ideal for: businesses of all sectors and sizes who want to share their experiences and find solutions for impact on business functions of a “Deal” or “No Deal” EU exit scenario. The event will provide the opportunity to share challenges and best practice to improve resilience to potential change.