Causeway teams up with Represent and Daily Business to host an Edinburgh Brexit debate to empower the city’s business leaders
An event to be held in Edinburgh on 18 January – hosted by Irish-Scottish business exchange group Causeway and communications agency Represent – is set to empower business leaders to embrace change in times of uncertainty.
The free-to-attend debate is to be chaired by Daily Business editor Terry Murden and feature two leading strategists: Brigid Whoriskey of Envision Business Solutions and Tom Byrne, who will talk about how to market, engage and influence customers post Brexit.
Consul General of Ireland to Scotland Mark Hanniffy will also provide an overview of the current Brexit negotiations, followed by an open-floor discussion on how businesses can take competent business decisions in light of changing operating environments.
Whoriskey said: “The disruptive business environment could be a real opportunity for business to make significant changes for the better. However, it is important to consider the impact of external and internal factors when making decisions. This event is designed to encourage senior management to consider the potential and what needs to be put in place to become Brexit ready.”
Judith O’Leary, managing director of Represent, added: “Clients are without doubt concerned about the impact of Brexit. Our role is to assist businesses in defining what their future looks like and communicating this positively to their various stakeholders. Brigid and Tom are experts in change management and have the right experience to draw upon to make this session interactive with practical takeaways.”