Post BREXIT Blues? Let Us Help Create Your Vision
In the wake of BREXIT, opinions have been divided on the future of the UK and many businesses have been left wondering where they stand in these changing times. Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered and the larger and well established organisations have been quick to jump on the bandwagon to get involved in the negotiations to maximise their advantage and minimise impact but, where does that leave entrepreneurs, female/ethnic minority and small business owners?
It’s time to make things crystal clear! The NBWN supported by the ICAEW, NatWest and the BBA have some exciting news!
Join us for BREXIT: The Impact On Small Businesses Panel Discussion taking place on Thursday 20th April 2017 at British Bankers association, Pinners Hall 105 – 108 Old Broad Street London EC2N 1EX between 6:00pm – 8:30pm
This exclusive event aims to give you the information, knowledge and expert strategies to navigate BREXIT with ease in the coming months. The NBWN have teamed up with high profile entrepreneurs, experts and select guest speakers to create this dynamic evening which will offer you concrete solutions and a chance to have your say about how you think BREXIT will affect you and your business
Interested? Book your place now
This event provides a great opportunity to:
- Explore the impact of BREXIT on the small business community?
- Be presented with powerful solutions to manage your business during and after the transition period?
- To share and discuss the vital issues that directly impact female and minority ethnic businesses?
- Find out the benefits of leaving the EU and how you can use it to your advantage?
- Gain understanding of the changes to migration, free movement and employee rights?
- Have the chance to meet and network with like-minded entrepreneurs?
Speakers and panellists on the night include Sharron Gunn, Executive Director, Members, Commercial and Shared Services, ICAEW; Julie Baker, Head of Financial Inclusion and Enterprise, NatWest Business Banking; Tim Rivett, BBA | MentorsMe; Theo Clarke, Director, Conservative Friends of International Development; Farzana Baduel, Founder, Curzon PR; Dr. Harish Kambo, General Practitioner; Mavis Amankwah, Diversity and Inclusion Expert; Amy Le Coz, Entrepreneur; Sandra Pinnock Brown, Xsandy’s Hair and Beauty; Tilly McAuliffe, Think Publishing and Clive Lewis, ICAEW.
Can you really afford to miss out on this opportunity to learn, grow and have your say?
To secure your place and achieve success, please visit https://nbwnbrexit.eventbrite.co.uk