Niel pens chapter in highly-anticipated book on Brexit

Niel Bethell, managing director of High Access, has contributed a chapter to a hotly-tipped book on Brexit’s impact to business.

The book titled ‘Doing Business Post Brexit’ features chapters from various business and political leaders sharing their forecasts and views on Brexit. Co-contributors include Prime Minister Theresa May who wrote the book’s foreword and chairman and owner of shoe repair chain Timpson, John Timpson, who also contributed a chapter.  

Published by Bloomsbury Professional, the book launch was celebrated at an event on 20th September at Crowne Clark Whitehill, with headline Speakers at the event include leading tech entrepreneur Scott Fletcher MBE, Sir John Timpson, Stephen Rosser from Clarke Willmott.

The book has been distributed to CEOs, FDs, accountants and solicitors from across the UK and is available to purchase directly from the Bloomsbury Professional website. 

Niel was approached by Helen Tse, a Partner at Clarke Willmott in Manchester who specialises in Brexit, earlier this year to share his voice on what British companies need to think about as we exit the EU and the impact on his own business. 

Niel said: “It’s important the voices of businesses at every scale are heard as we join the dots across sectors to ensure businesses work together post Brexit. We were asked to share our story and sentiment as a business pushing for growth as the referendum vote took place last year. With funding behind us our outlook remains positive alongside businesses up and down the country driving the economy.”

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