With just one year left until the UK leaves the European Union, businesses are being urged to undertake the difficult task of planning for the future.
To help businesses across Cornwall get up-to-speed with these impending changes, CCB is holding its next free-to-attend Business Networking Breakfast at The Business Space, Truro on Thursday, March 22.
A guest speaker from law firm Stephens Scown will share practical advice with delegates on how best to start the ball rolling, and the actions that businesses can take now to prepare in advance.
Delegates will also receive a brief update on apprenticeships, including new standards and funding.
Sally Foard, head of CCB, said: “Businesses need to take responsibility for developing their own tailor-made Brexit strategies – a key element of this is making sure your senior management team are adequately informed of the potential impacts to your business, and are ready to adapt to each eventuality.
“Whether you are an employer, an HR professional or senior manager, make sure that your business is able to act quickly and positively in these times of great change and uncertainty.”
If you would like to book your free place at the next Truro Business Networking Breakfast on March 22, please contact CCB on 0800 731 7594, email email@example.com or visit www.ccbtraining.co.uk.