Global Birmingham – Beyond Brexit
The Centre for Brexit Studies annual conference, ‘Global Birmingham – Beyond Brexit’ will discuss the region post-Brexit. Topics include the West Midlands beyond Brexit, looking at topics such as the Commonwealth Games, HS2, Manufacturing and the future of the region in a post-Brexit landscape.
- Professor Anand Menon, director, UK in a Changing Europe
- Professor David Bailey, senior fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
- Professor Alex de Ruyter, director, Centre for Brexit Studies
- Sir Vince Cable, former leader of the Liberal Democrats and Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills from 2010 to 2015
- Professor Julian Beer, deputy Vice-Chancellor at Birmingham City University
- Paul Faulkner, chief executive, Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
- Jack Dromey, MP for Birmingham Erdington
- Beverley Nielsen, director, Institute for Design & Economic Acceleration, Institute of Design and Economic Acceleration, at Birmingham City University
- Vicky Pryce, economist and business consultant
- David Grady, chief financial officer, Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
- Professor John Harris, associate Dean research, Glasgow School for Business and Society
- Liam Byrne, MP for Birmingham Hodge Hill, and Labour candidate for West Midlands Mayor
- Dr Nicholas Wise, reader in International Urban Change, Faculty of Business and Law at Liverpool John Moores University.
- Amanda Lowe, founder and MD, Story Comms
- Professor Calvin Jones, deputy Dean for Public Value and External Relations, Cardiff Business School.
- Ian Henry, owner and Managing Director of AutoAnalysis
- Dr Steven McCabe, associate professor, Institute of Design and Economic Acceleration
- Lindi Mngaza, director and founder of Explode Social Media
- Tom Leeson, automotive industry specialist, OpenText
- Rachel Eade MBE, transport manufacturing specialist
- Dr Leslie Budd, reader in Social Enterprise at The Open University
- John Clancy, former Leader of Birmingham City Council
- Shishank Shishank, senior lecturer in Operations Management, Birmingham City University.
- Jude Thompson, Black Country Chamber President
- Henrietta Brearley, director of Policy and Strategic Relationships, Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
The conference takes place online on 23 September from 09:00 – 17:00. Sign up here.VIEW ALL EVENTS