Brexit Ready Exeter – Does Your Business Receive Funding From The EU Or UK Government?

Brexit Ready Exeter – Does Your Business Receive Funding From The EU Or UK Government?

When the UK leaves the EU there may be changes to how UK organisations, such as charities, businesses and universities are funded. If future access to EU and UK public funding is likely to affect your business, Brexit Ready Exeter is providing timely training on 29 October 2019.

The Funding workshop will be led by expert Tim Lane, a solicitor in Stephens Scown LLP’s corporate team. Named as a rising star in the latest edition of the independent guide to the legal profession, Legal 500, Tim advises clients on all aspects of corporate and commercial law, with a particular interest in funding and state aid. He has extensive experience advising clients on ERDF funded projects. 

Brexit Ready Exeter – 29 October 2019

Brexit is quickly approaching, bringing change for businesses of all sizes and in every sector. Being prepared is essential. Brexit Ready Exeter, a collaboration between Exeter Chamber of Commerce and InExeter with funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has brought together expert advisors delivering practical advice and non-political guidance in a series of easily accessible, free events to ensure that Exeter businesses are not facing these changes alone and unsupported. 

The free Brexit Readiness Training on Tuesday 29 October includes all aspects of Brexit with a focus on a no deal scenario. The training covers the central topics of Employment, Data, Funding, Selling to the Public Sector, Intellectual Property and Import and Export.

Practical Preparation without Politics

To get the full details on the Funding workshop, we spoke to Tim Lane ahead of the event. He says,

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“We are going to focus on no deal, giving attendees an overview of the likely changes to the EU funding landscape. We will be covering the implications for the State Aid regime, effects for applicants for, and recipients of, EU funding and what actions businesses and other stakeholders should be taking.”

Join us for free Brexit Readiness Training in Exeter on Tuesday 29 October

To make the training easily accessible for every type of business the talks and workshops will be repeated at two locations and times on Tuesday 29 October.

Choose from either:

· Brexit Ready Exeter Training – 8am-11am Breakfast talk, workshops and discussions – Sandy Park, Exeter.
Book your place at the breakfast session now:

· Brexit Ready Exeter Training – 5.30 – 8pm – Evening talk, workshops and discussions -Exeter College.
Book your place at the evening session now:

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