Virtual Roundtable feat. Mike Cherry OBE, National Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses

Welcome to this Virtual Roundtable discussion featuring Mike Cherry OBE, National Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, on the new trade deal with the EU and its impact on SMEs, the UK kickstart scheme, and the way out of the pandemic-led recession.

Mike Cherry OBE is the National Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). An active FSB member for over 20 years, he is committed to getting the voice of small firms heard at the highest level. Previous to his current role, Mike led FSB’s campaigning and policy work for nearly a decade as National Policy Director. He remains a strong advocate of employability and enterprise, both in the UK and across the globe.

For more than 40 years Mike has worked in the timber and manufacturing industry and continues to do so today. His successful family business, W.H. Mason & Son Ltd, supplies cask closures for the brewing industry and laser engraved promotional and giftware products for B2B, specialist retail outlets and visitor attractions.

About the Virtual Roundtable

The SCC's Virtual Roundtables bring together tailored and differently composed, intimate groups of business leaders for interactive discussions. The event takes place virtually and follows the Chatham House Rule.

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Virtual Roundtable feat. Mike Cherry OBE, National Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses

15 April, 10:00am - 11:00am

Virtual, London

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