Webinar:

Brexit and the UK food and drink market

Sponsored by: GlobalData

Focused on:

  • Brexit
  • Market Predictions
  • Food
  • Beverages

Date: 20 February

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Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

The implications of Brexit for UK consumers, and food and drink producers and retailers

Projections for the impact of Brexit on the UK food and drink industry are many and varied, leaving consumers, producers, and retailers uncertain of what Brexit will mean for them in the short and long term. Challenging economic conditions – affecting consumer spending confidence and spending power, and at least some interruption of the UK’s food and drink balance of trade, are to be expected, but what is less clear is what this will mean on a day-to-day basis for consumers and the businesses that serve them.

Combining expertise from its Retail and Consumer practices, GlobalData will decode the post-Brexit future for UK food and drink. Taking a consumer-centric view, this webinar will explore the some likely scenarios in key areas such as food and drink sourcing, sustainability, food standards, and pricing.

Looking across the food and drink supply chain, the webinar will investigate the likely winners and losers in a post-Brexit economy, what this means for UK consumers, and what companies can do to manage the impact.

Join us at 3pm GMT on Tuesday 20th February to better understand the likely impact of Brexit on the UK food and drink market and gain insight into strategies to help your business win in a post-Brexit environment.

Presented by

Molly Johnson-Jones,

Senior Food & Grocery Analyst

Molly is Senior Food and Grocery Analyst and retail consultant at GlobalData. She recently joined the team from Exane BNP Paribas where she was a Food Retail equity research analyst. Prior to this she was at Nomura, also as a Food Retail equity research analyst. She has a first class degree in Geography from Jesus College, Oxford.

Peter Hays,

Associate Analyst, Consumer

Peter is an Associate Analyst with GlobalData’s Consumer division. Prior to joining GlobalData he completed an MSc in Economy, Risk, and Society at the LSE. His work with GlobalData focuses on the role of economic and social change on consumption trends.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand what Brexit is likely to mean for consumers’ food and drink consumption habits and priorities
  • Gain insight into what the post-Brexit food and drink landscape will look like, and the key milestones to look out for
  • Find out how food production might shift, and how this will affect food prices and FMCG businesses
  • Learn about who the winners and losers from Brexit could be

Audience

  • Director of Research and Development
  • Director of Marketing
  • Director of New Product Development
  • Marketing Manager
  • Manager – Market Intelligence
  • Brand Manager