Members were provided with the latest insights into key dates for the Brexit timetable and informed of how different trading models could impact industry.
The objective of this group is to provide a two-way dialogue so MCIA’s position statement remains relevant to the membership. At the same time, it supports member companies by making sense of complex/political jargon to ensure key deadlines and other information affecting business is understood.
The group is attracting a wide range of participants, including key staff from major global brands as well as smaller UK businesses.
The MCIA would like to encourage more members to participate, as we move ever closer to March 2019 towards what will surely be an eventful year of breaking news.
Any member who could like to attend the next meeting, which is in March, should contact Membership Administrator Polly Fenn. Polly’s email is P.email@example.com and the March meeting date is yet to be announced.
8th January 2018
Latest MCIA Brexit meeting takes place
MCIA members who are part of the Brexit Special Interest Group met at the Association’s Coventry HQ today for a briefing from the public affairs team.