Connecting Glasgow businesses to Brexit information

We were pleased to work with Glasgow Chamber of Commerce to produce a suite of branded communications tools designed to help businesses navigate the tricky implications on skills and international trade in the event of a No-Deal Brexit. 

With the outcome of Brexit fast approaching, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce commissioned Connect to quickly produce a special digital magazine and a series of videos supporting its series of free Brexit events, taking place this month. 

The events, digital magazine and videos are being promoted through a significant email and social media campaign by the Chamber.

These sessions aim to provide attendees with information on changes to international trade and import/export documentation, an overview of the skills landscape in Glasgow, how to access these skills, the potential to hire EU nationals after Brexit and the support the Chamber can offer through the transition period.

The next ‘Your workforce in post-Brexit UK’ and ‘Implications for international certification in post-Brexit UK’ events will take place on 29 and 30 October (find out more on the Chamber website).

Chamber of Commerce Deputy Chief Executive Richard Muir said: “We appreciate all the hard work and perseverance the Connect team put into this project in a very short space of time and they produced a great suite of collateral.”

Connect Managing Director Alan Ramsay said: “In only 10 days we planned, interviewed, wrote and designed a 16-page publication from scratch. From that content we produced a two-minute video, which included commissioning a voice-over artist. It was an amazing effort and our friends at the Chamber were responsive to all the deadlines that had to be set at the outset. It was a great project to do.” 

We also produce Glasgow Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly membership magazine, Glasgow Business, which recently benefited from a fresh, new design. 

To find out how we can help with your campaign materials email hello@connectmedia.cc or call + 44 (0)141 561 0300.