CBI @10am

CBI @10am

CBI @10am
event

21 October 2020

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10:00 - 10:45

place

Online

Preparing for the end of the EU/UK transition

With the coronavirus pandemic having heavily impacted the UK business landscape, and disrupting operations worldwide, many companies are still fighting to survive this crisis, whilst thinking about 'what next?'.

The UK is heading towards the end of its transition period with the EU. From 1 January 2021, the trading relationship between the UK and the EU will change, and businesses will have to adapt to new rules and regulations. Join Dame Carolyn Fairbairn (Director-General, CBI), Jess Glover (Director, Trade Secretariat, Cabinet Office), Sally Jones (Partner, EY) and Jill Rutter (Author, UK in a Changing Europe), to discuss preparing for the end of the transition, including:

  • Understanding the impact the end of transition will have on your business, suppliers, customers and employees
  • Practical insights to prepare your business for the UK’s post-Brexit trading relationship with the EU
  • How the CBI is working with UK businesses and the government to prepare for this new relationship

Participants:

  • Dame Carolyn Fairbairn, Director-General, CBI
  • Jess Glover, Director, Trade Secretariat, Cabinet Office
  • Sally Jones, Partner, EY
  • Jill Rutter, Author, UK in a Changing Europe
  • Ceri Thomas, Editor and Partner, Tortoise Media (chair)

 

​Replacing the Daily Coronavirus Webinars, our new bi-weekly broadcast, CBI @10am will help support you through the next phase, giving you expert insight and intelligence to continue adapting, and providing the guidance you need to restart and boost your business, and build resilience for the new normal.

Webinar recordings are made available on the same day of broadcast between 16:00 and 17:00. If you have signed up for the webinar, you will be sent a follow-up email with a link to the recording. You can also access all previous recordings on the CBI website.

 

Get in touch

Anne Cullom

Anne Cullom

Events Manager - East of England