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100 members have so far registered to attend the BVRLA’s free live 60-minute Industry Outlook webinar taking place on Thursday 14 January at 11am.
The BVRLA’s first Industry Outlook webinar of 2021 will focus on the implications of the new EU trade deal and the prospects for business recovery in the first quarter of this year.
BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney responds to the Government's eleventh-hour EU free trade deal
The BVRLA is hosting two free webinars in January ‘Where next for the company car?’ in conjunction with the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) and 360 Media Group on Wednesday 20th and the latest Industry Outlook webinar ‘A spotlight on business recovery’ on Thursday 14th.
With trade negotiations potentially running on through the Christmas period, members are advised that they can keep track of official developments via the Government’s Brexit Transition website.
The BVRLA held its last Industry Outlook webinar of 2020 last week, on the topic of EU Exit. It explored a host of sector-specific issues that BVRLA members will have to address, including the impact on buying and using vehicles, taking them abroad and new arrangements for Northern Ireland. Representatives from Cazana, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, LeasePlan and Select Car Leasing also shared their EU Exit strategies and concerns.
The vehicle leasing industry is braced for yet more challenges as the most turbulent year imaginable comes to an end.
The BVRLA’s latest Leasing Outlook report highlights a sector that remains agile but is also seeking clarity around the impact of EU-Exit, the Coronavirus pandemic and the transition to zero-emission motoring.
EU Exit and the prospects for economic recovery are the themes of the next BVRLA Industry Outlook webinar, which takes place later this week on 10 December.
On 10 December, the BVRLA’s Industry Outlook free webinar series will return with a spotlight on EU-Exit and prospects for economic recovery.
The Autumn 2020 edition of the association’s newsletter, BVRLA News, is now available online.