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Brexit: strategic implications for grocery businesses - webinar

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The complete recording of our special Brexit webinar will help you understand and prepare for the implications of the referendum result.

In this recording IGD Chief Economist James Walton explores the potential impact for the food and grocery industry. Issues covered include:

  • The value of the UK’s grocery trade with the EU
  • The ways terms of trade with Europe might change
  • The implications for household wealth and household demand are
  • The practical management issues Brexit might raise

You can watch the recording below, and via our YouTube channel, here. Please feel free to share with your food and grocery contacts.

Download webinar slides here

 

Free report - Referendum 2016: possible outcomes for UK grocery businesses

Referendum 2016: possible outcomes for UK grocery businesses

Following a referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK has voted to leave the European Union

In the wake of this decision, we examine the key issues for grocery businesses and explore different scenarios and possible outcomes you should consider.

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