Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) has been named in the Creative Industries Federation’s latest annual report.

Detailing many of the global consequences of Brexit for the creative industries, the C Report 2017-18 is also a comprehensive round-up of the Federation’s key achievements from the past year. With this in mind, BWB’s role as host of the “Making Brexit work for British Business” event has been featured as part of this retrospective of the past year.

Chaired by John Kampfner and BWB Immigration Partner Tim Barnden, this roundtable discussion was most notable for the involvement of former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, who offered his views on how the creative industries can best prepare themselves to meet the consequences of Brexit.

If you have any further questions about this event (or about this report), you can request additional information from the Creative Industries Federation by clicking here.

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Posted on 11/01/2018 in BWB News

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