Auto Retail Network is hosting an Economic Forum which will bring together some of the UK’s most senior political, automotive and financial figures to explain the impact of the country’s impending exit from European Union on the retail sector.

The event will take place on 16 November at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster.

Eight expert speakers have been confirmed for the event, among them Sir Keir Starmer – shadow secretary of state for exiting the European Union, Andy Barratt – managing director Ford of Britain, John Hawksworth – chief economist PwC, David Bailey – industrial strategy professor at Aston Business School and George Parker – political editor of the Financial Times.

Tickets are strictly limited to 100 places and cost £298 for Auto Retail Network subscribers and £445 for non-subscribers. Click here for more information and bookings.