The departure of the UK from the EU is uncharted territory for organizations in Europe and beyond. Making sense of the political uncertainties while planning early for post-Brexit scenarios are critical components of a successful public affairs approach.
Join your peers to discuss how to make the most of your lobbying efforts in the context of Brexit.
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The departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union — currently scheduled for 29 March 2019 — is one of the main political developments affecting Europe in recent years. Its consequences, compounded by the European Parliament elections of May 2019, will be powerful and far reaching. Quickly making sense of the new environment will be critical for public affairs professionals and interest representatives to anticipate the challenges, seize the opportunities, and position their organizations in a post-Brexit world.
In this roundtable on “Post-Brexit Lobbying in the UK and the EU”, you will have the opportunity to hear from two Brexit experts and exchange views on:
- The expected impact of Brexit on British interest representation in the EU, and vice-versa
- How Brexit will alter the power balance in Brussels and create new dynamics for EU legislation and regulation
- Planning and allocating public affairs resources in times of uncertainty and in a post-Brexit world
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