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The continuing debate around a potential deal has not eased the potential for disruption and the continuing uncertainty is clear to all, however there are some practical steps you can take now to help you prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

Expert advice

Areas businesses should already be considering include:

  • Applying for AEO status
  • Checking local VAT registrations
  • Planning for your workforce
  • Reviewing your future plans and forecasts
  • Reviewing your supply chain
  • Foreign exchange implications
  • Preparing for the cash flow impact of restrictions on imports and exports

Blick Rothenberg has a multi-capability team who are able to support and advise both UK businesses and international businesses intending to do business in the UK.

There are further resources available on the UK government website which can be viewed here:

Further business related detail can be found by clicking on the following links:

If you would like to discuss any of these matters in relation to your business, please do not hesitate to contact us.

All organisations will be affected by Brexit, whether they are UK or international, as will many individuals and employees currently based in the UK.

Is the UK still open for business?

Over the last year the UK continued to drive significant foreign direct investment. Brexit is, however, creating increasing uncertainty over the UK's future role in the global economy.

In our latest video, Blick Rothenberg partner, James Dolan, discusses whether the UK is still open for business and the UK inward investment outlook. James is joined by Mark Barron, partner at Taylor Wessing, and Jules Chappell OBE, managing director at London & Partners.

Click here for further information on establishing a business in the UK.