Is your business ready for Brexit?
On 29 March 2017, the Government triggered Article 50, which has begun a two year process that will eventually see the UK leave the EU, following a period of negotiations with the other member states.
In preparation, the Cabinet has already begun laying out some of their plans for negotiations and have indicated that they are willing to leave the single market if they are unable to secure a suitable deal, which is likely to include changes to immigration.
This means that business now only have a very limited period to prepare themselves for the fundamental changes ahead of them.
Therefore it is extremely important that businesses plan for the challenges they may face in the next few years sooner rather than later.
Failing to plan is planning to fail. Can you afford to wait for things to happen? Or are you happy to get left behind?
Complete our questionnaire to see if your business is at risk from the effects of Brexit.
You should create and review a plan for the delivery of these time critical changes:
- Finding and securing accommodation
- Sourcing local resources
- Relocation of key employees
- Tax and VAT registration
- Regulatory approval
- Establishment of trading structures
This plan should be kept up to date on a regular basis and review as and when the situation changes. Professional advice should be sought throughout this process and we will happy to assist you with this and future reviews.
At Haslers, our expert team will stand alongside your business through these uncertain times to ensure you have the advice and support you require.
To find out more about how we can help your business, please contact our team today