17. September 2020 - 9:30
How to work effectively with Brussels and the EU institutions | CBI Brussels | Thursday, 17. September 2020
As we move towards a new era in our relationship with the EU, it is essential for business leaders to understand how to engage with and influence the European Union.
Join this workshop to build your understanding of the organisational dynamics of the EU, how to build networks with the key stakeholders and where to access core information on policy, regulation and standards. You’ll be immersed in the “Brussels bubble” for real time discussion and analysis on the issues facing businesses looking to work within the EU and with individual member states.
Having attended this programme delegates will:
Understand EU policy-making process and its impact on the UK past, present and future
Be fully oriented on the EU and know how to navigate the EU’s directorates
Have gained an understanding of the EU’s internal organisational dynamics
Know how to access key information, for example, on grants, regulations and tariffs
Be able to look ahead to the UK’s future relationship with the EU, gaining practical insight into what this means for business and how to respond as individual business leaders
Sessions will be held with a variety of speakers from CBI, business and the EU institutions.
Sean McGuire – CBI Director, Europe
Angela McGowan – Northern Ireland Regional Director
Elsa Venturini – Principal policy adviser
Russell Antram – Principal policy adviser
Day 1 - UK Institutions in Brussels, CBI role and British Diplomacy
CBI in Brussels
Update on current context in Brussels / the EU
Why private companies engage with the EU
What can realistically be achieved?
How to work with the EU if UK institutions were to become a third nation
British diplomacy in the EU: now and in the future
Evening networking event.
Day 2 – Navigating and influencing the EU Institutions
The final British Commissioner: perspectives on the future of the European CommissionHow might British business engage with in the absence of a British CommissionerEngaging with the European Parliament in a post-Brexit environmentThe Irish perspective: looking beyond Brexit to the future of the EUHow B2B, Individual states and the layer of stakeholders would work in the future?What does this mean for me and my company?
Who should attend?
All CBI members and non-members are welcome. Those most likely to benefit from attending are:
Public Affairs Professionals
Standard delegate - £1,195 PLUS VAT
CBI Member delegate - £895 PLUS VAT
Participants are expected to cover the cost of their transport and accommodation during the workshop, but the CBI will provide access to discounted hotel rates and will provide refreshments throughout the sessions.
Not a CBI Member:
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