When you start a business, you look to solve a problem or seize a market opportunity in a particular sector.
With the UK scheduled to leave the EU on 31st October, many British firms are bracing their supply chains for upcoming volatility.
The UK’s exporters will have a lot to get to grips with in the coming weeks and months.
As Brexit negotiations are still ongoing, authorities are urging the government to deliver Export Vouchers to small businesses in order to help them stay afloat
Trade wars generally don’t end well. In fact, a tariff war exacerbated the impact of the US Great Depression in the 1930s and led to a decade of global economic stagnation.
Despite growing overseas demand for British goods and services, new research for UK Export Finance reveals British SMEs are still not reaching their export potential
If there’s one thing we can all agree on in these increasingly divisive political times, it is that Brexit has triggered considerable divisions in our communities.
It is vital UK companies, service providers and individuals doing business in Europe understand how changes in legislation may affect them when the UK finally departs the EU.
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Brexit is set to have a big impact on life in the UK in several ways. The nature and extent of this, however, is impossible to predict.