AIC Brexit Briefings
As work continues on preparing for Brexit, the complexity of the process becomes ever more apparent; not just for government, but also for industry sectors. Agriculture is no exception, which is why AIC and a number of like-minded organisations involved in farm advice, trading and knowledge exchange – are developing a coalition approach. Together we represent an unrivalled breadth of expertise and one-on-one farmer contact at the practical, rather than theoretical level.
Recent weeks have seen AIC invited to a range of high level meetings including those with Defra and DexEU ministers. It is encouraging that we are recognised as a trade body with views and expertise needed as Brexit preparations get under way.
Since our first Brexit Briefing (July 2016) AIC has been fully engaged to establish a firm foundation on which to build our case for protecting the interests of the agrisupply industry. This briefing reflects the priorities which the individual sectors have developed over the past few weeks.
This is the first of a series of communications designed to keep AIC Members informed about the rapidly evolving situation, particularly as it applies to the Agricultural Supply Industry and therefore the future prospects for your business.