What should the post-pandemic economic recovery look like? Contribute your views

The House of Commons Business Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee is seeking evidence and input on post-pandemic economic recovery.  Advanced Oxford has already been engaging with the BEIS departmental team, but we will also submit to the Parliamentary inquiry.  We will be holding a small number of workshops in July to engage with innovation-based companies to help shape our evidence paper.

Join one of these sessions, which will be held as an online meeting.  The sessions will run on:

  • 9 July, 11.30 – 12.30pm
  • 13 July, 11.30 – 12.30pm

 

Register through our Eventbrite page, using the link below.  You will also be able to find out more about the questions that the inquiry has posed.

Find out more and register here

 

There are a limited number of places to ensure that the discussion can be inclusive and suitably facilitated.  We may add other sessions if there is demand.

Alternatively, you can e mail Advanced Oxford with your thoughts, insights and observations or arrange a call, by contacting Sarah Haywood (sarah@advancedoxford.com).

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