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Everyone is talking about Brexit. But is your company thinking about it in the right way?

With the business implications of Brexit changing daily, it's hard to predict how the situation will affect your company. What issues should you focus on, and how, when or whether to act.

Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance is uniquely placed to interpret events and help you and your company frame your response.

Drawing on the expertise of FT journalists and a global network of business thinkers we can help you make sense of the headlines and translate these into strategic actions. By running bespoke briefings, webinars and workshops we can give you the insight that you need in the format that suits you and your company.

Our customised approach means we work with you to tailor the information to meet your specific challenges, designed to give you a competitive advantage.

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Looking on the bright side: UK growth after Brexit

As part of FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance’s coverage of Brexit and its business implications, we look at a range of opinions and predictions in our corporate learning programmes. In this article, Laza Kekic, former head of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Europe region and the creator of the EIU’s long-term growth model, argues that Brexit may involve significant upside potential for the UK economy over the long term.

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Brexit: practical actions for HR leaders

The post-Brexit vote period is one of ambiguity rather than change but that is no excuse for HR inaction. Instead, talent managers need a strong and positive voice at the company’s top table. These were some of the conclusions of members of an expert panel in discussion with an invited audience of senior HR and talent managers, hosted at the Financial Times in London on 4 November 2016 by FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance.

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Global trade risks for business

At a recent FT|IE Corporate Learning Alliance breakfast meeting, FT editors and PwC partners discussed the changing global trade environment and what this means for business. In this article are eight key learning insights from the meeting.

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Brexit articles

Our unique partnership with Financial Times allows us to bring to our programmes, including our Brexit Workshops, the talent of the Financial Times journalists and global experts. We help our clients to translate information into knowledge.

Brexit

Theresa May prepares to publish flagship Brexit legislation

Repeal bill to transpose EU law on to the UK statute book faces tough ride

UK employment

Brexit prompts skilled European workers to leave the UK

Number of EU nationals looking for work in Britain also falling

London fights for its future

Frankfurt offers ‘risk takers’ post-Brexit exemptions

German city hopes to attract international banks seeking new base in Europe

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