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Brexit Scenario Planning: A Higher Level Skills Match Workshop

Brexit Scenario Planning: A Higher Level Skills Match Workshop
Date and time
18 Sep 2018 (8:30am - 10:30am)
Location

Birmingham City University

Price

Free

Booking Information

Tickets must be registered for via Event Pilot.  Due to this being a joint workshop between the Centre for Brexit Studies and the Higher Level Skills Match (HLSM) team at the University, attendees who have not previously registered with HLSM will need to do so when they sign-up for the event.

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From 29 March 2019, businesses within the UK will face a new age of trading and relationship management with Europe.  The analysis of findings from the Higher Level Skills Match (HLSM) project, has shown that an ‘uncertain market’ post-Brexit, is seen as a threat to many Small to Medium Sized Enterprises.

In order to address this issue, the HLSM project in conjunction with the Centre for Brexit Studies, is offering a short morning workshop to identify specific concerns and adopt strategies going forward.  The time to ‘push the button’ to prepare businesses began many months ago, but there is still time to get yourself ‘Brexit ready’.

During the course of the event, businesses will be given the opportunity to put the practical aspects of what drives their success under the microscope and consider what a ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ Brexit might look like for them.

The event will begin with a short introduction from the Director of the Centre for Brexit Studies, Professor Alex de Ruyter, before moving onto the practical activity where we will consider what a worse case, best case and most likely scenario might mean for your business.

There will also be the opportunity to shape your approach to Brexit, hear expert advice and prepare your strategy going forward.

Please note : Gates open from 08:00 am, and you will have a great opportunity to network with industry experts over some refreshments.