2017/18 Manufacturing and Engineering Survey Report Launch (Cardiff)

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Date(s) - 10/10/2017
8:00 am - 9:30 am

Broomfield & Alexander Cardiff office


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The MHA Manufacturing and Engineering Survey has been providing an insight into the thinking across the UK’s manufacturing and engineering landscape for 6 years and is proudly sponsored by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking. Manufacturing has never been more important to the success and growth of the British economy and this is even more significant with Brexit.

The seminar will provide a chance to hear from specialist advisors across the Manufacturing and Engineering sector whilst Ian Thomas Managing Director and Head of Manufacturing and Engineering at Broomfield & Alexander  will provide insight into the topical issues surrounding the sector:

  • Finance and Funding
  • Investment and Innovation
  • Exports
  • Education

Including guest speaker Liz Maher, Director at Centurion VAT discussing the impacts of Brexit on the Manufacturing and Engineering sector.

Also Denise Roberts, Director of Tax and Head of R&D who is widely respected in this area will be discussing the financial incentives available for R&D.

You will also be able to get a copy of the 2017/18 MHA Manufacturing and Engineering Report.

This event is free to attend although registration is required. Breakfast will be provided





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