IoD Norfolk and Suffolk Branches join forces to inform members of current affairs pertinent to the business community
With the UK's EU departure on 31 October, businesses need to be well informed and prepared for all possible outcomes.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) Interim Director General, Edwin Morgan is paying a special visit to the East of England region on Friday 27th September 2019 to provide business leaders with a policy update at the Oaksmere Hotel in Brome, on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
IoD Interim Director General for External Affairs, Edwin Morgan, commented:
“In these uncertain times, it’s never been more important for business leaders to be heard by government. Data and research is one thing, but there’s nothing more powerful than for ministers to hear the real experiences of individual companies about the challenges they are facing, and the IoD can get these messages to the heart of government.
What happens in the East of England matters, not just because of Brexit pinch-points like ports and agriculture, but because of the diversity of great businesses across the region. The IoD is here to support members no matter what happens over the next few months, because our future economic success will be led by the UK’s skilled, knowledgeable and responsible leaders.”
The joint event, being run by both the IoD Suffolk and Norfolk branches, will provide IoD members with new insights into the exciting changes that are happening within the organisation together with a policy update on current affairs which are significant to the East of England business community.
This is an ideal opportunity for IoD members to hear about the IoD’s engagement and business preparation in face of Brexit and the economic uncertainty that lies ahead.
The event is exclusive to IoD members and places are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.
Further booking information is available here.
To find out more about Edwin Morgan's role within the IoD, visit our
Executive Committee page.
For further information on Business Planning for Brexit, visit our Brexit Hub.