The Impact of Brexit: The Economic Outlook for 2017 and Beyond

Brexit is a hot topic on everyone’s agenda at present, causing a huge amount of uncertainty especially around the issue of when article 50 will be triggered. With this in mind, The IoD in Manchester have decided to host a special thought-leadership breakfast briefing for business leaders, senior professionals and business owners on the impact of Britain leaving the EU and HURST are proud sponsors of this event.

This event will look at what Brexit might mean for you and your business, assessing the challenges and the opportunities that will come with this significant change, and consider how the exit process is likely to unfold in the months ahead. The following three outstanding keynote speakers will share their expert views on the implications of Brexit:  

- Andrew Bounds, Enterprise Editor, Financial Times

- Chris Ralph, Chief Investment Officer, St. James’s Place Wealth Management

- James Sproule, Chief Economist, Institute of Directors  

Running order: 
7.45am -
 Arrival & Breakfast
8.15am - Welcome – Deborah Ascott-Jones, Regional Director, IoD
8.20am - James Sproule, Chief Economist, IoD 
8.50am -The post-referendum investment landscape: Chris Ralph, Chief Investment Officer, St. James’s Place
9.20am - The political impact of Brexit on British businesses: Andrew Bounds, Enterprise Editor, Financial Times
9.45am - Expert Panel Debate
10.00am - Coffee & Networking
11.00am - Close

This event is hosted by The IoD and pricing is as follows: 

Member Price
0.00 GBP (Inc. VAT)
Non-Member Price
30.00 GBP (Inc. VAT)
To book your place, please contact