After this date, the UK will no longer be in the EU Single Market or Customs Union and free movement will stop. This will have a profound impact on businesses, especially those that trade with Europe or employ EU citizens.
Despite this, studies suggest that many UK businesses are still not prepared for trade post-Brexit. With so little time left, it is important that they take action now to secure their future.
Our team of Brexit specialists are helping businesses like yours to prepare for the challenges of the new business environment ahead.
We will help you defend your business against the additional costs and risks that may be involved with post-Brexit trade, whilst also helping you to take advantage of any opportunities that may be created.
The impact on your business will differ according to whether you are an importer or exporter, or whether your supply chain and customers are based within the UK, Europe or worldwide.
You must understand your customer base in even more detail and work with your supply chains both to reduce the impact of the UK’s exit from Europe, but also to take advantage of the many opportunities that will become available from the country’s new trade arrangements.
To help with these preparations we have prepared this useful information hub to help you prepare for whatever the future may bring.