Future Economies Seminar Series: Brexit, one year on
9th February 2022, 11:15 am
Join Manchester Metropolitan’s Future Economies Centre for Research and Knowledge Exchange as they explore the changes post-Brexit, one year on.
The Future Economies Seminar Series focuses on the Greater Manchester area but all small business owners are welcome to join the events. They are free of charge to attend.
About this seminar:
It’s two years since the United Kingdom officially left the European Union, and twelve months since the transitional arrangements came to an end.
What do we know about how trade patterns between the UK and the EU have changed, and how has the North West specifically been affected?
Using the latest granular trade data and with input from business on the ground and academic research on the ongoing relationships and negotiations between the UK and the EU, this seminar will present information on the regional effects of Brexit and some early-stage detailed research on trade between the North West of England and Ireland directly.
- Chris Fletcher, Director of Policy of Communications, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
- Christian Spence, Head of Economic Data & Analytics, Future Economies Research Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University
- Dr Kathryn Simpson, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy, Future Economies Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University
- Member business from Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday, February 23, 2022, 5.00 pm – 6:30 pm
This previously advertised in person event will now be online. A link to access the event will be sent to all registered delegates.
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