JURApero in Porrentruy castle on 28th October 2018 at 18:00
Relocate your business to Jura to benefit from excellent opportunities!
Join us at JURApero 2018 to learn more about the NEW JURA which is leading SWISS exports and relocations thanks to our NEW railway to Paris, Amsterdam, London and Scotland. Meet with our partners from BLS (Berne London Scottish railways) and discover the new logistical services available. Find our about excellent English language training on offer both in office and on the road from our education partners. Enjoy a fine evening with some informal wine and cheese. Learn about how the new "One World For Peace" will offer new sustainable business models and Global Enterprise opportunities for all firms Great and Small!
|Target audience||CEOs and senior partners.|
|Organizer||Paul Bright in association with Porrentruy charmer of Commerce.|
|Cost of participating||FREE (Drinks will be available for purchase).|
Paul Bright will explain the background to JURA 2018 and Great British Business opportunities, including a question and answer session. Business links to various UK institutions such as Government departments and the Institute of Export will be available. Paul will explain the practicalities of doing business after the Brexit and why Switzerland and The Jura is an especially good location for investment. Other speakers are being arranged by The local chamber of commerce in Porrentruy.
Contact Paul Bright with any questions at Great.British.Schools@Gmail.com and to register for the event. All enterprises and interested parties (Mayors, Public sector leaders, Politicians etc.) are welcome as this is a General Interest event that will help your networking and answer questions about The Brexit. Please contact Jura tourism and Belfort tourism for accommodation.
On Monday morning we have arranged a day trip to Belfort and return travel to Basel and Zurich is also possible directly from Belfort in France.
A vitally informative event to help you prepare for Brexit and make the most of NEW Opportunities.
Chemin du Château 10