Experts from accountancy and business advisory firm BDO and the British Chambers of Commerce will be joining industry leaders to analyse and explain the findings of the third Quarterly Economic Survey of 2021 when they are published next month.
Senior representatives from BDO, the British Chambers of Commerce, and a panel of business owners will discuss the implications for the region including an update on the current economic situation and how it may affect the businesses at an online event on Wednesday, October 13 from 10am to 11.30am.
Panellists include David Brookes, partner and head of BDO in the Thames Valley, and David Bharier, head of research at British Chambers of Commerce, with Charlie Walker, director at Walker Logistics.
The online event will be chaired by Tim Major (pictured) account manager at Swindon Chamber of Commerce.
The Quarterly Economic Survey is Britain’s biggest and longest-running private business survey, and has provided data since 1989.
The national results of the Quarterly Economic Survey will be published by the British Chambers of Commerce October 6.
The regional results will be published by Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce to coincide with the event on October 13.
Attendance is free. To book a place visit https://www.thamesvalleychamber.co.uk/event-details/national-regional-qes-q3-2021-results-briefing/46717/