8 September 2016
The Chamber is the biggest business organisation in the East Midlands and probably better positioned than any other to provide independent advice on any issues your business may be facing as a result of the Brexit vote.
With the media projecting doom and gloom one minute, with conflicting statistics of success and growth the next, it’s difficult for businesses to make any long-term plans or take big decisions with any degree of confidence. If you are one of the many business owners in the East Midlands trying to make sense of the rollercoaster ride of conflicting news – the Chamber will be able to help.
East Midland Chambers’ priority during the Brexit process is to support businesses with expert help
This starts by helping it's members to anticipate and adapt to the changes exiting the European Union is likely to have on specific sectors, as well as the broader issues impacting on the region’s business ecosystem. It’s latest quarterly economic survey results show
s confidence is high in the East Midlands business community. However, while many business leaders are taking the view that this historic change presents a real opportunity, others are less optimistic - so who is right?
“Our aim during the Brexit process is to make sure that the needs of business, as the creator of jobs and wealth for the regional and national economy, are paramount in the thoughts of the Ministers as they negotiate the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and simultaneously negotiate new international trade deals.”
Scott Knowles, Chief Executive at East Midlands Chamber
If you have any concerns related to your business and Brexit, meet the Chamber at the Free half-day breakfast seminar on 15th September 'Evolving Your Sales Strategy for a 'Post Brexit' Economy'
Thursday, 15th September from 7.30am to 11.30am
Riverside Chambers, Derby