Brexit expert to address IoD Chairman’s Roadshow in Newry

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Thursday, August 2nd, 2018
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One of the UK’s best-known and most influential voices on Brexit will address the Institute of Directors (IoD) Chairman’s Roadshow when it arrives in Newry.

Allie Renison, the IoD’s Head of Europe and Trade Policy will be guest speaker at the event taking place at Flexi Work Space at Monaghan Street in the city on 30 August.

 

 

Hosted by IoD NI Chairman Gordon Milligan, the event is part of a series sponsored by KPMG, as the business organisation seeks to engage with leaders across Northern Ireland.

Speaking to Newry Times, Gordon said, “During my tenure as Chairman, I have set out to engage with members across all sectors and in all parts of Northern Ireland.

“The Chairman’s Roadshow presents an important opportunity for business leaders to take part in topical discussions regarding business in Northern Ireland, that can make a real difference.

 

 

“Our members are drawn from across the public, private and third sectors which means the range of expertise we have collectively is outstanding.

He continued, “The Chairman’s Roadshow gives us a platform to share that expertise with our peers in the business community and other civic leaders.

“We look forward to hearing Allie Renison’s insights on the latest developments of the Brexit debate, of particular concern to businesses in Newry and the wider border region.

 

 

“Learning best practice from other business and public leaders plays a vital element of any business strategy as we aim to drive growth, improve corporate governance and create a stronger economy in Northern Ireland for the benefit of all,” Gordon added.

The event, which is open to members and non-members of the IoD, will feature a panel discussion and question and answer session.

To book a space, or to find out more about the Chairman’s Roadshow series, call 028 90 683 224 or by visit www.iod.com/ni.

 

 


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