Brexit: Process, potential and key risks
What will the implications of Brexit be on the business sector?
What will a change in the competitive landscape mean for you?
The impact Brexit will have on exports
Changes that will affect business
What potential threats and opportunities should you be aware of?
Potential impact: Employment law, Immigration law, consumer law and policy
The implications of a none EU trade deal and reverting to World Trade Organization rules
Consider the potential and macro-economic economic impact on your organization
How to attract investment considering Brexit
How to export in a Brexit world
Practical implications for business in terms of regulation
How to leverage Brexit to stay ahead of the game
How to create an integrated programme approach to Brexit to limit the risks to your business
67% of businesses have no idea of how Brexit will affect them and do not understand the major technical terms linked to Brexit, such as Common External Tariff. 8% are unfamiliar with any of the technical terms that are vital for them to understand and manage Brexit.
1 in 3 Companies intend to send staff on external training courses.
40% of companies have started planning for Brexit
UK Corporate and International Companies (£10M+) are now beginning to take the threat of Brexit very seriously, recognising the need for both designated in-house teams and external requirements for consultancy and training services.
68% of companies in the (£10M to £150M) turnover bracket have designated 2 staff involved in the planning for Brexit.
UK Corporate – (£10M to £250M)
Brexit responsibility delegated to one of Finance, operations, Legal, HR.
Board room debate already occurring
Need assistance as it is not their speciality
International Companies – (£250M+)
Brexit is one of many issues debated at board level.
Plan to involve traditional consultancies and external Training.
70% of CEO’s or CFO’s have been directly tasked with the job of planning for Brexit.
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