Nearly two years after Brexit, the challenges of supply chains are starting to hit headlines and supermarket shelves. For many businesses, this is a mammoth issue as we have heard from the CBI. I asked three small businesses how they were coping.
In addition to the stress, anxiety, disruption, and host of other challenges that the coronavirus pandemic imposed on all of us, it was expensive.
With after work drinks back on the menu in the UK following the recent removal of the work from home guidance, it can be easy to forget that staff based in other countries may still be experiencing the pandemic in full force.
SMEs can benefit from the ‘Help To Grow: Digital’ scheme, helping businesses adopt digital technologies to increase productivity
Understanding your customers is a fundamental first step before taking your business overseas
Post-Brexit trade with the EU presents an opportunity for UK businesses to explore new options for low cost access to this key market.
Since leaving the EU, the UK has implemented a new customs border with EU countries, meaning moving goods between the UK and EU is now considered importing and exporting.
European workers are positive about the post-pandemic partial move back to the office, but they are demanding workplace changes. Rob Davis of Sharp explores this.
Arne Mielken of Customs Manager Ltd says UK hopes of joining a free trade alliance of Pacific Ocean nations could be a game-changer for British exporters if the US re-joins the club.
The fifth anniversary last month of the Brexit referendum and the majority vote to leave the EU was cause for celebration for some businesses while adding anxiety for others.