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The Centre for Brexit Studies conduct regular research around how Brexit will impact on business, and the wider economy and society, as well as analysing regional implications, current events in politics and worldwide issues.
If you would like to know more, or get in touch to discuss ideas, email us here.
We ensure that our research findings are communicated to business and the wider public through a variety of media. Our experts regularly correspond with regional, national and international media via print and on-line newspapers, radio and television interviews and are often invited to provide views through public blog posts.
We post daily blogs from a variety of voices on a range of topics around the Brexit debate and UK Politics on the Centre for Brexit Studies blog. Check it out here.
We also upload videos to our YouTube channel, which include short discussions with our team and industry experts around the ongoing Brexit process, current political news and worldwide events. Check it out here.
The team also host a monthly Podcast, featuring academics from the Centre for Brexit Studies, industry experts and political commentators. Check it out here.
We are always on the lookout for contributors to our blog, podcast and videos. If you have an idea you’d like to discuss, email us here.
Students are our key assets as we go forward into a post-Brexit landscape. We have several students currently undertaking internships with us, specialising in everything from research to events, as well as our PhD students who are doing their research around Brexit and the future of the UK. If you would like to get involved, please get in touch here.
We run a series of regular events featuring public speakers drawn from business, politics and academia. Our Events include Brexit Breakfasts, Workshops around a range of topics and our Annual Conference.
Similarly, academics from the Centre have been able to converse directly with the business community, and have been heavily involved with local and regional Chambers of Commerce and the Federation of Small Business (FSB) in policy advice and engagement. To find out more about our series of events, get in touch here.
We are also able to work directly with business to address individual organisational issues and help achieve business growth throughout the Brexit process.
Through our Business Services team at BCU Advantage, we can work with your business through commissioned research, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs), a Knowledge Exchange Enterprise Network (KEEN) programme and Innovation Vouchers.
If you would like to find out more about these offerings, please contact us at here.
We can offer tailored workshops to suit business needs. If you would like to know more about our masterclasses, or would like to discuss bespoke workshops for your own business, please get in touch with us here.