What does Brexit mean for our small businesses?
Should SMEs be optimistic about new opportunities to trade, or concerned about losing access to the EU market and talent pool? Is it a crucial opportunity to reform the regulatory framework, or could it undermine the future of key business support schemes?
A year on from the triggering of Article 50, join us, and influential figures from the world of politics, business and education for a debate on the UK's future outside the European Union. You'll have the chance to ask your questions about how Brexit will change the landscape for small businesses, and the challenges and opportunities ahead.
The event will be chaired by BBC East Political Correspondent Andrew Sinclair.
- Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North
- Alex Mayer, MEP for the East of England
- Hussein Kassim, Professor of Politics at the University of East Anglia
- Martin McTague, Policy Director, Federation of Small Businesses
- Tony Bambridge, Norfolk Chair, National Farmers Union
Book now and send any questions that you would like to ask the panel to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration, drinks and networking will begin from 5.30pm.
The debate will begin at 6.00pm, and will conclude at 7.30pm.
Half of the proceeds from ticket sales for the event will be donated to the Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind mental health charity.