Axon Moore hosts post-Brexit analysis with political editor
In partnership with global advisory firm KPMG, Axon Moore welcomed back Tim Shipman, political editor of The Sunday Times, for the second in their series of business breakfasts this week.
Shipman (pictured) was also guest speaker at the inaugural event in April, when the idea of BREXIT actually happening and Donald Trump being elected, had seemed as likely as Leicester winning the Premier League. Shipman simply had to be invited backed to explain the last few months in politics and to try and predict the future impact on the UK and Europe.
Axon Moore says that Shipman delivered his usual unrivalled insight into various subjects and people, including the fallout from BREXIT, Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage, as well as the Government’s immediate political agenda and, inevitably, the potential consequences of the US election result. After his presentation Shipman spent time answering questions from business leaders which included CFOs, private equity investors, CEOs, advisors and entrepreneurs.
Phil Grinhaff, director of Axon Moore in London, said, “This was another captivating, thought provoking and humorous breakfast event, with our favourite journalist and author Tim Shipman. A huge thanks to Tim, our friends at KPMG and everyone who attended.”