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As part of the popular and growing London Tech Week, one of London’s leading law firms Joelson is opening its doors to the industry’s top influencers for a talk on ‘Technology as a Driver for Growth in a post Brexit world.’

Phil Hails-Smith
Phil Hails-Smith

Hosted at its offices at 30 Portland Place, the free event will see some of the UK’s key investors, solicitors and business leaders discuss how technology is helping companies to grow and how they can take advantage of the opportunities on offer through its use.

Guests of the talk, which starts at 3pm Monday 12June 2017, will also get a chance to question the speakers and enjoy refreshments and canapes as they mingle with their peers.

Speakers at the event will include Liam Griffin Vice-Chairman of Addison Lee, Andrew Wordsworth Chairman of Sustainable Ventures, Katie Leviten, Partner at JamJar Investments, James Bidwell CEO of Springwise and Koen VandecaveyeSenior Business Manager & Tech Specialist, International Trade and Investment, London & Partners.

Speaking ahead of the event, Phil Hails-Smith, Corporate and Commercial Partner at Joelson and the panel’s Chair, said: “Historically, technology has often played a significant role in the growth of businesses in the UK and in light of the country’s decision to leave the EU its use a tool for success has never been so important.

“Our panel is made up of some of the UK’s top business and technology influencers, each of whom has a unique take on the opportunities and issues faced by companies looking to use tech as a driver for growth.

“We are delighted to be offering this free and open session to people on the first day of this fantastic event and we feel honoured to be a part of London Tech Week 2017.”

To find out more about the talk and to register your place, please visit www.joelsonlaw.com/technology-driver-growth-post-brexit-world-monday-12th-june-2017