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The indefatigable Robin Tillmanns, FlavOil's popular Sales manager attended a Brexit summit at the British Library in London. The event was organised by the Food and Drink Federation (of which we are members) and was intended to explore the effects of Brexit on companies operating in our sector.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and noted "Remainer", gave a keynote speech on the 'political perspective of Brexit.
2-The politics of Brexit-How did we get there and where now for Government?
Montfort communications discussed how were got there and whats needed politically moving forward
3-What the Public want from Brexit
Director of Political and social research discussed what the public wants from Brexit and do they really understand the implications
4-Panel Discussion-The view from Westminster
Panel included IBEC Republic of Ireland
And Food industry centre Wales
Discussions were held about brevet and potential consequences. These were in the nature of thought experiments with no hard and fast conclusions. The impression, of course, is one of unforcastable but significant change.
5-Panel discussion-Legal and Regulatory
Head of Food Sector Eversheds LLP (From a legal perspective)
Deputy Director Food Exports DEFRA
Food policy City University
Discussing Brexit from a legal stance and how it will effect Food Exports
6-Panel Discussion-Challenges and Opportunities of Exiting
Gavin Darby CEO-Premier Foods. There was also an interesting talk on some of the opportunities of Brexit, not least the chance to reengage with commonwealth partners of yesteryear.
7-Panel Discussion-Employment
British Futures strategy and Relationships
Association of Labour Provider
Immigration Policy exchange
Business resilience Practise
8-Panel discussion-Trade
Department of international Trade
Corporate affairs exchange
9-Closing remarks
FDF Director Ian Wright
10.Drinks reception
There was a lot of issues discussed, but the fact of the matter is no one really knows what the consequences of leaving Europe will be from both a political and economic point of view, and the reality of what deal the UK will get is very uncertain.What is certain and a major theme throughout the meeting, was that with Sterling dropping so drastically against both the Euro and the Dollar, Companies now are focusing more on exports.


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