26 November: Brexit Conference, Business Preparedness: Where Are We Now?
The countdown is on and with only 4/10 East Midlands businesses accessing support and preparing for 1/1/21, this conference will review what sweeping changes Brexit will bring for UK businesses, what measures can be taken to prepare for those changes and, delve into what future trading conditions might look like.
With a host of live streamed webinar sessions, keynote speakers and case studies, this virtual Conference is a must for all those looking to continue, or prepare, to trade overseas.
For full details and to register, click HERE
Brexit Preparedness – Business Readiness for Change: We know that change is going to take place from the 1st of January 2021, businesses need to prepare themselves for these changes the best they can.
Industry & Sector Focused: These specialist industry-focused forums keep you up to date and in touch with your sector, while offering opportunities for collaboration and the chance to discuss best practice.
How to Secure Public Sector Contracts: These workshops help clarify the processes involved, showcase where the opportunities are to be found – including the support available – as well as showing examples of best practice.
Helping You Influence: The Chamber has influence with local authorities and other public bodies and stakeholders locally, regionally and nationally as well as across the EU, ensuring business concerns of members throughout Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire are heard at all levels.
HR Support: The Chamber’s HR Forum presents and discusses the latest updates in employment law, training, policy, recruitment and retention.
And, there’s still time to book on this year’s Energy Summit: Thursday, 19th November – set against a backdrop of a recent announcement by the Prime Minister, setting out new plans to “Build Back Greener” by aiming to make the UK the world leader in clean wind energy and further commitments to ensure that, within the decade, the UK will be at the forefront of the green industrial revolution to accelerate our progress towards net zero emissions by 2050.