SME owners are mostly sceptical about their exporting opportunities in 2018, according to the UK’s latest export confidence statistics.
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.
It’s been exactly one year since the EU referendum result, and entrepreneurs have offered their thoughts on Brexit developments so far.
24 June 2016 was a day that caused shock waves across the globe, prompting many to brace for Brexit pitfalls in the face of the unknown.
The end of last week was a whirlwind when, finally, some common sense was applied to the EU referendum debate leaving it in the hands of parliament.
Here are the reactive measures that employers can take now to ensure they are best placed for what lies ahead with the forthcoming Brexit, and the proactive moves that will enable them to prepare and thrive in the future.
The EU referendum will take place on 23 June and with the clock ticking before voters must have their minds made up on the decision to vote to leave or remain in the European Union, we’ve wrapped up our findings from the Sage Debate EU – including one small business owner’s recommendations that we remain.
The UK is about to make the decision of a lifetime, the EU referendum has been on the mind of businesses no matter their size. 80 FTSE companies have backed the campaign to stay, but what is the impact of the Brexit conversation on the true engine behind the economy: SMEs
Fresh from Richard Branson launching a Vote Remain campaign ahead of the EU referendum on 23 June, football star-cum-model David Beckham has backed the Virgin businessman and sounded off his reasons in a unique fashion.
For the many British businesses that currently trade within the EU, a vote to leave the European Union could have a devastating impact due to the currency exposure it would entail.
Sniping and petty arguments to one side, no one can underestimate the historical nature and potential impact the EU referendum has on every aspect of our society, and every corner of industry.
Yesterday I learned that I definitely cannot vote in the EU referendum, as I have been out of the UK for more than 15 years.