Whatever the outcome of the general election, it’s bound to have an impact on business.
Now local business people can have their say on the issues that could face them at an event organised by the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce.
The local business forum event will be held from 8.30am to 10am on Wednesday, May 20, at the John Smith’s Stadium – less than a fortnight after the election.
There will be expert opinion regarding the new political landscape from a national and local perspective – together with the likely implications arising for business and possible issues that could affect the provision of services by Kirklees Council.
Speakers will include Ashley Shackleton, head of public affairs for the British Chambers of Commerce; and Jacqui Gedman (pictured), director of place at Kirklees Council.
The meeting will be chaired by Brian Stahelin, president of the Huddersfield-based Mid Yorkshire chamber.
There will be a Q&A session and a light breakfast will be provided.
All businesses are welcome to attend, but places are limited. Go to firstname.lastname@example.org.