Friday, June 21, 2024

Did Hauts-de-France do well with Brexit?


Everything is good. In any case, it is with this philosophy that the Hauts-de-France business community has wanted to approach Brexit, leaving behind fears and apprehensions. As early as May 2017, a delegation of 250 northern decision makers went to meet their British counterparts in London. The image of the departure of the Eurostar had been repeated in all the media: the train brought on board the president of the region Xavier Bertrand, the president of the European metropolis of Lille, Damien Castelain, and the mayor of Lille, Martine Aubry. but also the Committee of Greater Lille and Entreprises & Cité, a northern business campus. Password? May this divorce between Europe and Great Britain benefit its closest neighbors, namely the Hauts-de-France.

The actions in the regions then multiplied, with a view to ” win win To continue working with the British. And why not welcome a few companies along the way. An advertising campaign, called Welcome Home, which was exhibited mainly in the London Underground, had precisely targeted investors across the Channel, seeking a geographical and logistical solution and, above all, a foothold in the European Union . Even the Lille National Orchestra had organized a tour of …

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