As an entrepreneur and business owner who championed remaining, Charlie Mullins firmly believes the Brexit plan must encourage collaboration with the EU.
Companies in the EU are free to ban the wearing of a headscarf, or other political, philosophical or religious signs, if it in line with internal rules.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is on a mission to quell Brexit impact as he will embark on a tour of five key European cities with SMEs, reminding leaders that London is open for business.
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The outcome of the EU referendum last June continues, so to help business leaders with their Brexit opinion, here’s the who, what and where of latest developments.
Companies of all sizes need to stay clued up about the strengths and weaknesses of all the currencies they operate in. Here’s a 2017 overview of the non-EU European countries.
With Article 50 and Brexit uncertainty continuing in 2017, the UK’s SMEs have weathered many an economic storm over the past decade.
Thursday 3 November marks the day three judges ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50, suggesting prime minister Theresa May has to ask parliament for permission before the UK can truly leave the EU.
The impact of Brexit would be reduced by getting a “unique deal” that works for London, Britain and Europe, Sadiq Khan said, but government must stop shrugging off concerns.
While it isn’t a solution to the UK’s broadband woes, the president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has set out plans that could at least make it easier to do business on the go.
Following Liam Fox's speech about Brits needing to stop thinking about exporting as an opportunity and start thinking of it as a duty, LinkedIn's latest research found the UK is losing out to rivals in terms of international sales.
It's easy to get fixated on what the terms of any Brexit deal are likely to be, and therefore what kind of market access we are likely to enjoy. We can though be relatively certain that a deal will be worked out that gives UK firms, whether exporting goods or raising capital, access to the EU.
The European Central Bank (ECB), as part of its stimulus package, has been merrily buying bonds in a multitude of EU domiciled companies at a mind boggling pace of €300m a day. If that isn’t mega State Aid then I’m the Dutch president of finance ministers.