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            Food and Drink, retail and hospitality - How to make your business viable during Brexit transition

            DWF would like to invite you to attend a seminar focussing on the implications of Brexit on the Food and Drink Industry. This event is geared towards European businesses operating within the UK's Food and drink industry and is being held in conjunction with the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK (ICCIUK).

            24 October 2018 09:00
            24 October 2018 11:30

            DWF LLP
            1 Scott Place
            2 Hardman Street
            M3 3AA

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            The event will be held on the 24th October 2018 in Spinningfields, at the DWF premises. It will focus on some very interesting issues related to Brexit:

            • Export/Import
            • Employees and Immigration
            • Regulations and licensing
            • Supply Chain

            The aim is to give companies support to keep their business viable, in order to make the transition as smooth as possible.

            DWF has also done some thought leadership on Food & Drink sector trends

            • Brexit
            • Labor Supply
            • Reformulation of Foods
            • Technology and Innovation
            •  Circular Economy

            These factors fit nicely with the Italian Chamber's strategy and support to Italian business in the UK.

            10:00 - 10:30 - Networking and Registration

            10:30 -11:30 - Seminar

            11:30 - 12:00 - Q&A

            12:00 - 12:30 - Networking

            Meet the speakers

            Dominic Watkins

            • Partner // Head of Food Group

            John Dorney

            • Director

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