Feb 10

Base Business Events- What does Brexit mean for your business?


Brexit has changed the way we work internationally from 2021. As a business, it can still be a bit daunting. During the course of this event, our partner Inventya will answer some of your questions like :

• What does Brexit mean for your IP / Patents?
• Will Brexit affect your partnerships and relationships with Universities and Research Partners?
• How can you protect yourself against Brexit and what support will there be for businesses once we leave the EU

Inventya are a management consultancy with a difference; with their sole focus supporting the growth journey of innovative businesses through a number of specific services. They help their clients to innovate and grow through supporting the development and commercialisation of science, engineering and technology projects. They aim to reduce risk and maximise return on investment for organisations developing and commercialising new products and services.
They partner with Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) in the North West. EEN helps ambitious business innovate and grow internationally and is jointly funded by the European Commission and Innovate UK.

The link to the session will be sent to the delegates a few days before the event.

About the speakers

Felipe Escandon – An engineer by trade, Felipe went on to specialise in International Business Management and Technology Entrepreneurship with a focus on Innovation. Felipe has led teams, developed and implemented innovation projects in both the private and public sectors and helped many SMEs to live up to their innovative potential. Felipe provides technology companies with international partnership support, innovation advice and funding opportunities.

Giulia Sirigu – With a PhD in Foreign Policy and a background in globalisation and global political economy, Giulia is a specialist in internationalisation and business development across several sectors. She has 12 years’ experience of developing strategic relations with Latin America and Europe, and enjoys helping clients access innovative international advice. Giulia also works as North West manager of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK. Giulia is passionate about gender equality and global gender relations and regularly hosts Women in Innovation Events.