'SMEs, growth, and the recovery: what role do SMEs have in the economic recovery and boosting growth?’ Panel Discussion sponsored by BT
The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting economy crisis have had a major impact on global trade and the businesses that drive it. As the UK enters a second lockdown, support from the government to all businesses, and especially SMEs, is essential as they try to get through this month and recover from the first lockdown. Between furlough and redundancy, supply chain issues and using debt to maintain cash flow levels, there are a lot of barriers SMEs are facing right now to survive and thrive.
To discuss what could be done to support SMEs from the government and the rest of industry, as well as exploring the role SMEs could have in the economic recovery and boosting growth, we are delighted to welcome:
Paul Scully MP, Minister for Small Business, Consumers & Labour Markets
Pete Oliver, Managing Director, SMEs - BT & EE Enterprise
Martin McTague, National Vice Chair, Policy & Advocacy - FSB
Annie Gascoyne, Director of Economic Policy - CBI
Robert Colvile, Director - CPS (Chair)
The event has been postponed, and will now take place on Monday 30th November
at 13.00 - 14.00.
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