Political Briefing - YH

Political Briefing - YH Political Briefing - YH

18 November 2020


15:00 - 16:20



Political Briefing - YH

With less than 50 days to go until the end of the transition period on 31 December, and the impact of COVID-19 set to continue to be felt across the country, it will be more important than ever for businesses to understand how to plan for the coming months. So, join the CBI’s Campaigns and UK-EU Negotiations teams for an exclusive look at the latest political insight and an update on the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU.

Also on the agenda are the mayoral elections in May which will determine the future direction of combined authorities across England. The CBI is working on manifestos for each of the combined authority mayoral elections and is seeking member input to shape the thinking of incoming mayors. We’ll aim to have newly elected mayors set out a pro-business agenda including championing a strong economic vision, securing workforces for the future and building back better. Your early input is important to ensure we’re communicating the right messages as the remits of mayors grow in scope.

By attending this briefing, you will get the latest update on what the end of the transition period means for business as well as hear the CBI’s latest political insight first-hand. You will also have the opportunity to discuss the key policy issues affecting your company with other business leaders in Yorkshire and the Humber and see how these feed into the CBI’s priorities for the months ahead.

Here are three good reasons to attend this briefing:

  • Hear first-hand the CBI’s latest interactions with the UK government with Megan Coulson, Campaigns Adviser
  • Get an insight into the latest Brexit developments and what they might mean for your business from Nicola Hetherington, Senior Policy Adviser, UK/EU Negotiations team 
  • Benefit from a Chatham House rule Q&A discussion to share other organisations’ experiences and plans post-Brexit – providing inspiration for you to think differently about the challenges ahead.

You’ll particularly benefit from this event if you are:

  • CEOs / COOs / Managing Directors
  • Government Affairs / Corporate Affairs Directors / Heads of
  • Public Affairs Directors / Heads of
  • Strategy VPs / Directors
  • Finance Directors

Arm yourself with the intelligence that your business needs to make better decisions.

Get in touch

Roger Justin

Roger Justin

Events & Sponsorship Manager - North West/Yorkshire & Humber