Brexit under the microscope


Date: 24th Jan 2018

Buckinghamshire New University is hosting a Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Bucks Business Question Time on the ongoing challenges around Brexit from 4.30pm-6.30pm on Thursday 1 February.

The event takes place in The Room at the University's Campus in High Wycombe and the panel comprises:

Phil Neary, Director at Across-the-Board Recruitment LtdKath Dunn

Robert Devine, Senior Brexit Strategist at Amelia Bishop Consulting

Simon Deans, Partner at solicitors B P Collins

The group will discuss the ongoing business challenges surrounding Brexit including latest insight, updates and commentary; with audience members able to ask questions.

Kath Dunn, Head of Careers at Bucks New University, said: “Brexit will impact on all of us personally and professionally. As an institution supporting its students and employers locally, nationally and regionally in professional development, Bucks New University is pleased to be supporting this opportunity to discuss the issues involved.”

Gavin Spencer, Head of Member Services at the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce, commented: “Buckinghamshire has one of the strongest private sectors in the region, coupled with successful smaller enterprises and it’s fantastic to be holding our first new Question Time-style event in the region.

“We continually survey our membership to help identify topics and themes important to them. Many expressed an interest in discussing Brexit with high calibre experts in a setting which allows them to put forward direct questions that are tailored specifically to their individual needs.”

Attendees are encouraged to submit questions in advance as well as quizzing the panel directly. Submit your question/s by emailing:

Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce's Bucks Business Question Time takes place monthly around the region and features industry experts discussing and debating key issues impacting today’s business climate.

Book a place by 29 January here.


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