Manufacturers in Cheshire are invited to events which will help them to develop a plan to prepare for Brexit. Three events entitled ‘Preparing Your Manufacturing Business for Brexit’ will be held across the county in February.
The first is at The Base, Warrington on Friday 9 February (8:30am-12:00pm), the second at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall on Wednesday 14 February (8am – 11.30am) and is being held in partnership with the Cheshire West and Chester Council, and the final event, which is in partnership with The Skills and Growth Company, is taking place at Sandbach manufacturing firm Delta Balustrades on Thursday 22 February (8:00am-11.30am).
These events are a Manufacturing Growth Fund initiative delivered in partnership with the Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub, and will offer the area’s manufacturers an outline of what Brexit means for small and medium manufacturing firms, providing them with the tools to start preparing their businesses.
Speakers will provide an outline of the implications of Brexit for British manufacturers. This will be followed a panel discussion answering audience questions. Attendees will then take part in workshops to help them grasp the practical implications of Brexit and put together a plan for their business, and there will also be a chance to seek further specialised advice from the event’s speakers, including an International Trade Advisor from The Growth Company, on the full range of manufacturing issues.
For full details and to register your interest in attending these events, please visit: www.manufacturingnorthwest.com/events.
These events are part of a series of free workshops organised by the Manufacturing Growth Fund, part of The Growth Company, across the North West in early 2018 in partnership with the local Growth Hubs.
Find out more at: www.manufacturingnorthwest.com/events or contact the Manufacturing Growth Fund team on 0161 237 4196.