Join business leaders and experts for insight and support at this dedicated SME bi-weekly discussion on the Coronavirus recovery. This week we will explore the trading business environment – reviewing improved trade terms including prompt payment, supply chain issues.
Find out the latest political and economic update and how this can help you and your business through these unprecedented times.
The business toll of the pandemic is becoming clearer every day – and as business continues to protect jobs and employees, some shoots of confidence are being observed across the regions of the UK. Where does your business sit on the path? What should you be considering over the coming weeks to reopen and kickstart your business operations?
Join us to discuss:
- Current government policies and CBI action on strengthening supply chains and improving payment performance.
- Best practice / Innovative examples of supporting supply chains
- The impact on supply chains and payment performance of COVID-19 and future trends
- Priority messages to government
These online meetings are an opportunity for you and your peers to share experiences, gain new perspectives to similar challenges and take away some key insights on the current economic situation.
We want to hear how your business has been affected, what you are doing differently, and what your business needs are to survive and recover from this pandemic.
The CBI will use this insight to inform our conversations with Government and ensure the voice of business is heard throughout the restart and recovery period.
Register to join the following meetings:
- 29th July: Brexit/International trade
Who should attend?
This Webex meeting is by exclusive invitation to senior business executives who lead small or mid size business organisations; and who are CBI members. Space is limited to 30 on each call so we kindly ask that your respect the criterion. This event brings greater benefits to all attendees when the audience is diverse - with leaders from different businesses, regions and sectors. To enable diversity, all tickets will be allocated by the CBI to maximise the potential for a successful event.
If you have any questions:
Please contact the Event Manager, Simon.Stranks@CBI.org.uk.
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