Like or not, Brexit is beginning and the effects are impacting businesses in the UK. But, while we are starting to see the fallout, many questions remain unanswered. And one of these questions involves corporation tax.
There could be some very awkward conversations businesses are putting off because the supply chain is keen on getting certainty around Brexit. But this is something owners just aren’t able to give.
Freelance workers’ confidence has taken a hit, with some blaming Brexit and government policy.
Lots of people in the UK are choosing to “reset” their lives and careers and going self-employed, despite the uncertain economic climate.
John Savage has big plans for his heating and plumbing business but has hit a road block when it comes to finding the requisite people to hire, a recruitment headache he’s hoping won’t persist.
Laughing Gravy Owner Jon Wise explains how his restaurant has been affected by Brexit and how he chooses suppliers he can trust.
Businesses accessing finance through the European Union are increasingly worried about what will happen to the funding gap after Brexit.
Anthony Scaramucci has used an interview with the BBC to draw comparisons between state and business, with the White House communications director praising the president’s approach.
The weaker pound has been bad news for some, and good news for others – and exporters seem to be benefiting from more competitive prices to overseas buyers.
Over 160 UK tech founders and entrepreneurs were interviewed by the UK Innovation Hub to help provide an understanding of the challenges they face, and the role of investors in overcoming them.
As far as leadership traits go, bravery ranks high on the list of must-have’s – and those making it a priority have been branded courageous executives by ThoughtWorks.
Brexit creates significant political, economic, legislative and market uncertainty. However, the need for assurance is essential to long-term commercial contracts.