“A budget for business” and an ‘aspiration nation’, was what we heard on Thursday morning - along with a budget for first time buyers, beer-drinkers, car-drivers and potters in the Midlands!
Speakers Brian Groom (Financial Times), Mike Cherry (Federation of Small Businesses) and David Snell (PwC) debated the real impacts of the year’s budget measures announced by Osborne on Wednesday.
Over forty Bankside businesses came to the 18th Floor of NEO Bankside to hear the budget debate. Lively discussion afterwards, chaired by Dee Mair (IPC Media), saw our experts being grilled on foreign exchange trends, stimulation of the construction industry, incentives for growth industries and the effectiveness of national insurance cuts.
Our sincere thanks goes to the NEO Bankside team for their hospitality in allowing us into the stunning 18th floor apartment of pavilion C. For any questions about NEO Bankside, get in touch with clio.astolfi [at] neobankside.com (subject: Follow%20up%20from%20Better%20Bankside%20Budget%20Briefing) (Clio Astolfi).
Having seen many London views “this one tops the lot!” – David Snell, PwC