Last Call for Brexit Event

by | Mar 16, 2017

There are still a few places left for our next free event being held at Leeds Trinity University at the end of this month.

Is Your Supply Chain Brexit Ready? – Wednesday 29th March 2017

Please join us to find out more about:

  • Apprenticeships, including the development of new degree apprenticeships
  • Our new portfolio of ‘business led’ supply chain and procurement training courses running from May 2017
  • Other business support available through the Leeds City Region LEP

 

Keynote speakers will include:

Dr Evri Lampadarios, Business Manager – Europe & Middle East, White Sea & Baltic Company Ltd

Sue Cooke – Head of Economic Services – Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership

Alex Mortimer, Director of People Development – Uniserve Group (the UK’s Leading Independent Logistics and Trade Management Provider)

Refreshments and a light buffet will be served.

 

To book the event or to read more, either head over to our booking page HERE or alternatively you can book on Eventbrite HERE.

 

To find out more about how the Supply Chain Academy can help your business then please contact us on 01708 259450 or info@supplychainacademy.org.uk.

 

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