It’s hard to understate the profound disruption brought about in 2020 for UK businesses – with a long lockdown and almost crippling economic contraction in Q2, things weren’t looking too bright as we rolled into Q3.
CEO of International Marketing Partners and author of the best-selling Working with Americans, Allyson Stewart-Allen has worked closely with SMEs and multinationals for more than 30 years, imparting valuable knowledge and experience to businesses
Arne Mielken considers the pros and cons of setting up an EU base as more UK firms move abroad to avoid crippling Brexit costs.
UK logistics industry claim British businesses will see big changes as a result of COVID, largely resulting from the Government’s confused handling of the pandemic
According to research by the FSB, only 18% of small businesses that believe they will be negatively impacted by the end of the transition period have prepared for changes
Ancon, a biotech company developing a new way to detect COVID-19, says that for the right business, China presents an opportunity that can’t be ignored.
On Christmas Eve, Britain and the EU agreed a trade deal that relieved most but may not have pleased as many.
Now the UK has left the European Union [EU], we are likely to see changes to certain commercial contracts, and there are concerns relating to both existing and upcoming deals.
The free trade deal between the UK and EU, which was announced on Christmas Eve, has taken effect from January 1
As we approach the end of the year, final Brexit negotiations are now just days away. And, despite fears of what a no-deal Brexit could mean for the UK and its supply chains, a trade deal is still far from certain.