Real Business was invited by Sage to attend its EU Debate in Newcastle, where it had assembled an audience of local SME owners and leaders to gauge their thoughts on the referendum.Ahead of the debate itself, audience members were asked to reveal whether they were keen to remain in the EU. This was the outcome.
If we take control of money, there’s about £10bn-12bn available – can enhance grants or infrastructure such as roads/broadband #SageDebateEU— Real Business (@Real_Business) June 13, 2016
We’ll have done free trade deals with the US and Canada, Australia and New Zealand, probably India, and talking to China #SageDebateEU— Real Business (@Real_Business) June 13, 2016
How do you feel after that?
I’ve no idea how NE region will look in five years, but what I know is Treasury forecast is most bogus forecast I’ve ever seen #SageDebateEU— Real Business (@Real_Business) June 13, 2016
If you’re still undecided, David Van Der Velde, MD of small digital agency Consult and Design gives three main reasons that business leaders should vote to remain on the next page.
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