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Learn how to overcome the challenges of Brexit

PUBLISHED: 15:49 03 October 2018

The Marketing Centre's Brexit-themed event. Picture: The Marketing Centre

The Marketing Centre's Brexit-themed event. Picture: The Marketing Centre

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The Marketing Centre is holding a Strategic Growth Series of events in East Anglia, offering local SMEs tips for expansion in the current Brexit climate.

The series of events is suitable for any business leader from the region looking to grow. Delegates can attend one, or as many of the five events as they would like. A £20 charitable donation to local charity, DABD, which provides support for vulnerable people, is suggested.

The next event takes place on October 9 at Hylands House, Chelmsford, and the following on November 6.

Each of these events will have a Brexit focus. Speaker, Alan Crouch from Sales Plus Profit will offer his advice around managing Brexit.

“Let everyone around you (hopefully all your competitors) spend lots of their time and effort moaning and scare-mongering, whilst you remain focused to seek out the opportunities, Mr Crouch advises to businesses. “Brexit is what it is, but meanwhile there are opportunities to identify and plan for everywhere - UK plc isn’t going to stop.

“The impact of Brexit will differ from business to business. At the end of the day it is about going back to your proposition, ensuring your offering is on-point and having a truly professional sales process and system.”

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