While much happened in March 2018, the UK largely focussed on recruitment and ways to retain top and international talent.
With research showing that nearly half of high-skilled EU workers are considering leaving the UK in the next five years, George Koureas, a partner at immigration law firm Fragomen, explains what SME owners can do to retain EU talent.
Slow consumer demand on the high street is combining badly with spikes in inflation to create a tricky situation for business owners, who are spending less time planning for Brexit as a result. Whether or not this is ‘head in the sand’ behaviour is up for debate.
Over half of Britain’s SMEs would welcome a second EU referendum on whether or not to accept the Brexit deal when negotiations with the EU conclude, new analysis has found.
Shaun Thomson, CEO of Sandler Training (UK), looks at how business owners need to address Brexit inertia so that they can’t use it as an excuse to coast.
February seemed to be the month where everyone felt the effects of Brexit, whether it was due to the depreciation of the pound or the EU citizens leaving our shores.
Whatever your view on Brexit, we can all agree there are more important issues at stake – our ability to hire and retain quality talent for one – than securing uninterrupted access to cheap flights for stag weekends.
WorldFirst’s Global Trade Barometer has found that SMEs are becoming more pessimestic in terms of international trade.
Have you heard of Buridan’s ass? Stefano Maifreni, founder and director of Eggcelerate, explains what the term means – and why it relates to Brexit.
A survey of British business leaders has revealed that over a third would like to see a Brexit reversal over any other growth stimulation technique.
Whether you are for it, or against it, everyone can agree Brexit has proved to be the most significant challenge businesses have faced in a generation. The resulting uncertainty caused confidence to drop, but the fog may finally be clearing up.
Whether it’s finding the right markets, currency volatility or economic uncertainty, we’d like to know what road blocks stand in the way of thinking globally and embracing international trade.