Beginning Thursday, 02 November 2017 14:00
End Thursday, 02 November 2017 15:30
Location Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11, 1000, Brussels, Belgium
Event fees British Chamber members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)
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During this Brexit briefing, Dr Adam Marshall will discuss what matters most to British business and what can Britain and Europe achieve in the future.

The UK business community “wants a transition agreed in principle and trade talks under way by the end of 2017. If there is not that clarity, we will start to see the activation of contingency plans and likely significant impact on business investment”, says Dr Marshall. 

As a leading voice for business in the UK, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is at the centre of the current debate over the shape Brexit will take and how Britain can work with its partners in the future. 

This briefing will provide the opportunity for members to engage directly with a key player in the Brexit debate. 

British Ambassador to Belgium, Alison Rose will follow Dr Marshall's presentation and will highlight the priorities of the UK Government.

Speakers:

Adam Marshall | Director General | British Chambers of Commerce

Adam Marshall was appointed Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce in October 2016. His principal role is to represent and champion the interests of accredited Chambers of Commerce and their tens of thousands of business members – covering every size and sector of business, and employing over five million people in the UK.

Alison Rose | British Ambassador to Belgium | British Embassy

Alison Rose took up post as British Ambassador to Belgium on 11 August 2014. Her priorities include trade and investment, Brexit and security and defence. 

About the BCC: 

The BCC sits at the heart of a business network that spans the length and breadth of the UK, with links to markets across the world. The 52 accredited Chambers in the UK are trusted champions of businesses, places, and global trade. 

Chambers of Commerce provide a voice to the business communities they represent, amplifying their priorities and concerns. In every region and nation of the UK, Chambers and their members work to improve the local business environment in which they operate.

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