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The Herald Budget Briefing Breakfast
The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented the 2017 Budget on Wednesday, March 08, 2017 where the Government’s plans for taxation, benefits, spending and forecasts for the economy have been set out for the year. Against a testing economic background, the challenge is to continue to raise revenue and at the same time provide a tax environment in which businesses can flourish. The Budget Briefing Event took place at 200 SVS on Thursday, March 09, 2017, 8am.
We invited all businesses and individuals to attend this FREE event to give their thoughts and ask their questions on the 2017 Budget announcement. We listened to the panel of experts from different industries who discussed key points from the Budget and how this affected the economy and businesses in the UK.
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This free business event took place at –
200 St Vincent St
8.00am Arrival and registration. Tea/coffee breakfast rolls served
8.30am Overview and analysis of key budget announcements
9.00am Panel discussion on budget
9.30am Audience Q & A
9.45am Closing remarks
10.00am Networking Tea/coffee
Mailing list for 2018
To be added to our mailing list, please fill out the form. To discuss the event in more detail please contact Lynsay Wong on 0141 302 6082 or email Lynsay.email@example.com
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