UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 22 OCTOBER 2019
Brexit’s impact on the West Midlands, how the EU Referendum divided society and if the Midlands could ever heal from the divisions, the impact that Brexit could have on the local economy, business and jobs and much more will be discussed by a panel of experts at the next Brexit Breakfast.
Our Brexit Breakfast events have returned for 2019, offering attendees the opportunity to discuss Brexit and how it will impact them and their industry, as well as the chance to network with other business professionals, and enjoy breakfast and refreshments before starting the working day.
Our next Brexit Breakfast will discuss the possible impact that Brexit could have on the West Midlands region in terms of the local economy, business, jobs and much more. The event will also discuss how the EU Referendum has in many ways divided society, and if the West Midlands could ever fully heal from the divisions it has caused.
Join us on Friday 8 November , 7.30am-9.30am, for an insightful and interesting discussion with our panel members. The panel will be hosted by Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director at the Centre for Brexit Studies.
Hosted by Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director at the Centre for Brexit Studies.
Beverley Nielsen - Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for West Worcestershire.
Dr Steven McCabe – Senior Fellow at the Centre for Brexit Studies.
John Clancy - Visiting Professor at the Centre for Brexit Studies, former Leader of Birmingham City Council and Labour Councillor for Quinton.
More panel members TBC.
A wide selection of breakfast options alongside refreshments will be available for you to enjoy at the event.
This event is FREE to attend but registration is needed here.
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We look forward to seeing you there!