Deputy Mayor of London for Business
Speaks about the Impact of Brexit on Business at
North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise Event
Photos by Pippa B
North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (NLCCE) welcomed Deputy Mayor of London for Business, Rajesh Agrawal, on 21st March to its March networking event at Fortuna Mobility Centre in Enfield.
Around 50 business owners listened to the Deputy Mayor as he reassured attendees of the potential impact of Brexit, he said, "We have to be optimistic, London remains open for business... I've no doubt London will continue to be the best place in the world to do business."
Rajesh is a voice for London’s business community, protecting jobs and growth, and ensuring that the capital remains the most open and attractive place to do business in the world. Des Johnson, NLCCE CEO said, “This NLCCE event was a fantastic opportunity for local business owners to hear what London’s Deputy Mayor for Business has to say about Brexit and its repercussions for businesses in the capital and to ask key questions.”
This event was hosted by NLCCE Member, Fortuna Mobility Centre, North London’s largest mobility showroom – which provides advice, equipment, services and aftercare for those with independence, health or mobility challenges. Fortuna is also a training provider offering courses such as First Aid and Health and Safety.
For more information about forthcoming NLCCE networking events visit www.nlcce.co.uk or call NLCCE on 020 8443 5457.