Jan. 9, 2019
Kent Business School to host summit to discuss impact of Brexit on the region
The University of Kent is going to host the second annual Kent Business Summit 2019 on Friday 11th January to discuss the impact of Brexit on the region.
This topical event has been organised by Kent Business School together with the Institute of Directors, the Federation of Small Businesses and Locate in Kent, and it will explore how to sustain economic growth in Kent in light of the challenges and opportunities that will be created by Brexit.
Speakers at this event will include Kelly Tolhurst, the Minister for Small Business and MP for Rochester and Strood; Mark Valleley, Technical Manager with Transport for the Southeast, will discuss plans for an integrated transport system for Kent; Professor Karen Cox, Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Kent; Deirdre Wells OBE the CEO of Visit Kent; and Gavin Clear the CEO of Locate in Kent.
Speaking about the summit, event organiser Floortje Hoette from Kent Business School explains, “The summit is a prime opportunity for businesses, academics and local government to work on realistic action plans tackling specific challenges for Kent. We encourage businesses of all sizes and from all sectors to attend and take part in what promises to be a thought-provoking and insightful event.”
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Content added on 9th January 2019.
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