Are you concerned about the implications of Brexit for your business? We invite you to attend our 'Question Time' style round-table debate, with key individuals from the regional business community.
This is your opportunity to put forward your questions to our panel of experts in this Brexit 'Question Time' open breakfast forum an event co-hosted by Shorts, NatWest and Banner Jones Solicitors.
You will have the opportunity to email us before the event with your questions and we will pick a selection for discussion on the day.
Our panel of experts is chaired by David Grey MBE Executive Chairman of the OSL Group Holdings Ltd. Panelists include individuals with expert knowledge in economics, business and politics. Panelists confirmed to date are Philip Bartlett, Tony Pedder OBE, Natascha Engel and Craig McKay.
8.00am refreshments and Networking
8.30am start, introductory remarks from Phillip Bartlett followed by panel discussion
10.00am Q&A to close
Proact Stadium, 1866 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, S41 8NZ
MBE Executive Chairman of the OSL Group Holdings Ltd.
At 23 he set up his first limited company with a £1000 loan from his mother and a similar loan from Barclay’s Bank. From acquisition and organic growth, he has grown his business to a group of manufacturing companies exporting to over 60 countries.
CEO of Evenort Ltd Group
Craig McKay has a range of community positions within the Sheffield City region and was Master of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire 2015/2016.
Craig is CEO of a small engineering group consisting of Evenort Ltd Sheffield and Alexander Comley Ltd Birmingham, both are manufacturers of stainless-steel flanges and pressure retaining parts for process industries.
Senior economist, RBS Strategy, Economics and Corporate Development team
Philip currently focuses on helping the bank, and their customers to navigate the economic environment. Previous to this he spent four years as the senior economist for the HM Treasury. In this role he advised successive Chancellors and Chief Secretaries to the Treasury on development of public policies for Budget and Autumn Statement, with particular focus on analysis of housing markets and regional/local growth performance.
Former Member of Parliament
Natascha Engel is a British Labour Party politician who was Member of Parliament for North East Derbyshire from 2005, until 2017. She has had extensive involvement in the trade union movement and was Second Deputy Chair of Ways and Means.
To read more about our speakers follow the link to the eventbrite page. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brexit-breakfast-question-time-style-tickets-53533085901
Further bios to follow.