Managing Brexit

Overview

Managing Brexit 

CPDUnderstand how to operate in the new reality

 

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the legal structures of the European Union, how law is made and enforced and how the UK's legal system is intertwined with that of the EU
  • Consider future possible future paths of the key legislation governing your business relationships as a result of Brexit
  • Explore the potential impact of Brexit on your key commercial relationships
  • Plan how to manage that impact effectively

 

Early bird booking available - see 'fee' tab for details.

Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Venue: Novotel London Wembley
Fee: Members - £648.00 per person
  Non-members - £720.00 per person

Availability:

16 Places left - Booking ends on Tuesday 08 May 2018

Audience

Is it right for me?

 

The UK's vote to leave the Eurpoean Union on 23 June 2016 is likely to be seen as a landmark in our legal, political, social and commercial relationship with our European partners.  With the signing of Article 50 expected any day now, marking the start of the withdrawal process, the impact of the Brexit vote is already being felt throughout the UK, Europe and the world.  

With the wealth of articles, news and opinion pieces, there may well be a sense of 'Brexit overload'.  Many senior procurement professionals are sure that there will be impacts on their business as a result of the actual or anticipated changes arising from Bexit - they just don't know what those impacts will be or how to mitigate against them.

This one-day workshop is structured to help you explore your current and future commercial relationships and understand the different ways they may be impacted by the changes ahead.  In an uncertain legal, commercial and political environment, you will have the tools for assessing areas of potential risk and opportunity created by Brexit.

Programme

What key points will the training cover?

 

  • Overview of the existing relationship with the European Union
  • Possible changes to key legislation
  • Risks and opportunities of Brexit
  • Potential for impact
  • Mitigation strategies

Speakers


Tiffany Kemp – Speaker Biography
Tiffany Kemp encourages business people to use contracting to create more profitable deals and deliver happy customers who will buy again. Her mission is to de-mystify contracts, putting them back in the hands of business rather than being the sole preserve of lawyers. 
An engineer with a Masters in Business Law, Tiffany founded her commercial contract consultancy, Devant Limited, in 2003 to provide practical and effective commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation support to businesses. Her experience of negotiating many hundreds of successful deals (and some unsuccessful ones!) has provided her with a huge store of anecdotes and case studies that illuminate her speaking and writing, providing valuable ‘hooks’ for delegates and readers to relate complex contractual concepts to their own business experience.
Tiffany is the author of ‘Deal Makers – how intelligent use of contracts can help you sell more and deliver better’ and ‘Essentials of Contract Drafting’. She contributes regularly to IACCM and other industry webinars and publications. She is a contributing editor of the IACCM’s ‘Contract and Commercial Management – an operational guide’ and a Fellow of the Professional Speaking Association.

 

Tiffany Kemp

Tiffany Kemp encourages business people to use contracting to create more profitable deals and deliver happy customers who will buy again. Her mission is to de-mystify contracts, putting them back in the hands of business rather than being the sole preserve of lawyers. 

An engineer with a Masters in Business Law, Tiffany founded her commercial contract consultancy, Devant Limited, in 2003 to provide practical and effective commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation support to businesses. Her experience of negotiating many hundreds of successful deals (and some unsuccessful ones!) has provided her with a huge store of anecdotes and case studies that illuminate her speaking and writing, providing valuable ‘hooks’ for delegates and readers to relate complex contractual concepts to their own business experience.

Author

Tiffany is the author of ‘Deal Makers – how intelligent use of contracts can help you sell more and deliver better’ and ‘Essentials of Contract Drafting’.

She contributes regularly to IACCM and other industry webinars and publications. She is a contributing editor of the IACCM’s ‘Contract and Commercial Management – an operational guide’ and a Fellow of the Professional Speaking Association.

About Devant

Devant were established in 2003 and since that time have supported hundreds of companies, across dozens of sectors with their products and services. They work with a wide range of organisations including public sector, large corporations, small and medium-sized companies and start-ups. They are committed to quality, consistency and excellence in customer service.

Fee

Member: £720 (excl. VAT)

Non-member: £800 (excl. VAT)

 

Early bird booking:
Make your booking early and receive a 10% discount on the standard price (above).

Conditions apply.  See 'venue' tab for individual closing dates.

 

Fee includes:
Lunch, refreshments and all course materials

Fee includes:

 Lunch, refreshments and all course materials

Venue

16 May 2018
De Vere Devonport House, London
(Early bird closing date: 16 March 2018)

 

6 November 2018
De Vere Colmore Gate, Birmingham
(Early bird closing date: 7 September 2018)

 

If you require accommodation for the night before this event, please contact the CIPS Accommodation Line on +44 (0)1780 484052.  All accounts must be settled in full on departure from the venue.

If your query is regarding course details (content, timings, costs, etc.), please contact ukskills@cips.org or call +44 (0)1780 761476.

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