In recent years there has been an increasing number of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) dipping their toes in international waters.
With the government’s recent introduction of the Internal Market Bill, Brexit uncertainty has kicked up a notch.
With the final act of Brexit looming later this year, customs expert Arne Mielken explains there are big changes ahead for those UK companies who only currently trade with EU businesses.
For many SMEs, especially those whose businesses are export driven, the last few months have been traumatic like no other.
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Once you have considered all the key factors in expanding overseas, you’ll need to look at designing and delivering an expansion in line with your growth plans.
We have until the end of the year to agree our future relationship with the EU. As the clock keeps ticking, with no definitive view on where we stand, can businesses future-proof their corporate structures?
The world of work has been in a state of upheaval for several years, with recruiters facing some of the biggest upheavals in a generation.
Arne Mielken of customsmanager.org discusses how best to minimise your company’s Brexit bills, as the UK prepares to cut the last remaining ties with the EU at the end of 2020.
The global landscape has been drastically altered in 2020 as the world has faced a pandemic unprecedented in the modern era.