- August 14, 2019
- Posted by: Fundinghut2345
- Category: Uncategorized
Brexit is a hot topic at the moment. It is hard to go anywhere without someone asking ‘What we are do you think of Brexit?’ for businesses, it goes very much further than small to now talk. It is the very best livelihood for the business owner and the qualified staff. A no-deal Brexit would mean that there is no deal between the EU and the UK so the future best relationship between the two would be unclear
Lots of businesses have already started implementing contingency plans for businesses, some of which include laying off staff and making job roles redundant. But is this the right move?
No deal Brexit could impact supply chains for businesses and consumer spending. This means that businesses could have to put expansion plans on hold and trading with other companies in the EU could be challenging.
Some big businesses like Philips, Aviva and Barclays have already taken drastic measures in preparation for the no-deal Brexit. Some measures include moving production to a cheaper place or downscaling business activities.
But what can companies do to prepare for a potential no-deal Brexit?
Companies need to start thinking now about their operations in case there is a no-deal Brexit. The best course of action is to talk to a solicitor about what the implications of the no-deal Brexit.
Look at where you are currently selling, where your suppliers are and where you want the business to be in the future.
Take some time to look at what agreements are in place for non-EU marketplace deals and then think about how you can apply these to your suppliers and customers in EU countries. Consider how border delays and how this might cause delays to your deliveries.
If you are concerned about how your business will cope with a No Deal Brexit, you can talk to our team about getting funding to cover the slow period that might occur in the lead-up to Brexit.
Talk to our team: 0203 900 0970