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Meeting provided insight into post-Brexit trading arrangements

There was a packed house at the latest meeting of the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce International Trade Club when the UK’s post Brexit options were explained by Professor Fiona Smith, Professor of Economic Law at the University of Warwick’s School of Law.

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Meet & Eat - We're shaking things up!

To mark our 5th birthday, we're shaking things up a little with a new format and re-launching as Meet.Eat.Debate. The event is still primarily a networking event for local businesses, but each one will now focus on a different topic affecting business, commerce, and industry. The next event on Thursday 15 June will focus on international trade and will see a panel of local business experts inspire us with their knowledge, thoughts, and experiences. Guests will be invited to join in the debate and there will be time for networking with like-minded businesses over breakfast. Panelists include Laurie Thomas, Managing Director of Vision Support Services, Mandy Lockett, International Business Director of The East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce and Morgan Rothwell, Director of D&M Creative Ltd. Tickets are £15 including breakfast and are available here -

15 June 2017 ● 8am - 10am ● St Mary's Chambers, Rawtenstall

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David Ross, partner at Sydney-based Walker Wayland, visits Cassons

Cassons and Walker Wayland are both members of BKR International, a leading global association of accounting firms and work together to look after a number of clients who have businesses and interests in both the UK and Australasia.

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WTO expert to speak at International Trade Club

Warwick University’s Fiona Smith, who is one of the UK’s leading authorities for the World Trade Organisation (WTO), will be the keynote speaker at the latest meeting of the International Trade Club. The club is run by the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce International Business Team and is sponsored by Cassons. The aim of the Club is to help importers and exporters develop their knowledge of current issues and share experiences.

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Firms urged to support hospice through Payroll Giving

Rossendale businesses encouraged to do more to help employees support charities by introducing Payroll Giving schemes.

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