Global opportunities should not be lost because of Brexit ‘obsession’

Jason Wouhra, far left, embarking on the India trade mission with Andy Street and James Brokenshire
The West Midlands needs to look to opportunities in global markets and not get distracted by the Brexit "obsession" if it is to continue to thrive. The upbeat message was the consensus of senior business leaders from across the region at a round table convened by TheBusinessDesk.com and EY. Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, argued that the continued uncertainty around a deal has created a resilient approach from business. "We just don't know what the impacts are going to be, what the d... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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