UK-EU Relationship: Maximising the potential for industry

Location: BritCham Office (Bld Bischoffsheim 11, 1000 Bruxelles)
Access: Everybody
Fee for members: 0
Fee for non-members: 0
Join us for a dynamic half-day event dedicated to exploring the potential of the UK-EU trade relationship. Taking place on 19 September (14:00 CEST) at the BritCham Office, this exclusive event will bring together industry experts in UK-EU trade, alongside a select group of invitees, creating an engaging platform for meaningful discussions.

During the panel discussion, we will delve into strategies for maximising the benefits of the UK-EU trade relationship. We will analyse the current state of affairs, identify key opportunities, and share insights on how to navigate the evolving landscape.

Panellists include: James Stevens (Rud Pederson Public Affairs), Matt Hinde (National Grid), Fergus McReynolds (MAKEUK), Jill Rutter (UK in a Changing Europe), John Springford (The Centre for European Reform) and Sabina Maria Ciofu (TechUK).

Following the panel discussion, attendees will participate in a workshop, allowing participants to delve into specific sectoral issues and opportunities, encouraging collaborative problem-solving and knowledge sharing.

All registration requests will be subject to approval due to limited space. Only guests who receive confirmation will be admitted.

The UK-EU Trade & Co-operation Agreement is the current basis for the future relationship between the UK and EU. Across a variety of sectors, there is extensive potential for a deeper, symbiotic relationship than currently exists. There is a multitude of improvements that can possibly be pursued within the framework of the treaty, either now or in the context of the 2025 review of the TCA. Join the discussion!

This event has been organised in collaboration with Make UK and Rud Pedersen Public Affairs.

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