Our subject of Brexit Effect generated lots of interest and we all participated in a much focused discussion with an animated group of executives – sharing ideas and initiatives.
Our panel of experts were on top form and really engaged our guests, who were robust in their participation. We had an impressive attendance including key brands like Moet Hennessey, Burberry, Feel Unique, Browns, Alex Chung, Victoria Beckham, Reiss, LaCoste and many equally dynamic organisations.
‘Thanks for inviting me, it’s always great to take part in the events organised by you guys, good networking too’
‘Thank you so much for the event this morning. Great to be part of it and meet some new people’
‘Thank you for hosting the event earlier today. It is great to hear the input from our industry on this topic.It was lovely meeting you, and I am so pleased Browns were able to share a little of what we are doing with the group. Uncertain times – but it can still be exciting times – as long as we continue to innovate and work together in partnership!’
‘It was an inspiring morning and provided some food for thought with regards to Brexit challenges and opportunities.’
‘Very interesting chat and for me to hear everyone talk about China so much!’
THE BRITISH HOUSE
‘Really good to spend time with interesting people from diverse parts of our sector! Well done on a great event.’
OASIS & WAREHOUSE
‘It was great to see you this morning and congrats on a great event. The session was very informative.’
‘It was good to be part of such a well-balanced and topical discussion with some very interesting business leaders.’
‘I found it interesting and reassuring to have such lively human reactions from people from various background, who were all able to bring positive and more challenging insight on what Brexit means to all of us. Having 2 Brits living abroad as the main point of view, being challenged by Di’s statistics was not only interesting, but enriching. The richness of dialogue between British identity and international skills and profiles was remarkable.’