Brexit - five things every business needs to know People If you rely on non-UK workers from EU countries you should review your workforce’s immigration status and provide advice to employees on residency and citizenship. Markets If you are selling products or providing services to other EU countries you should be looking at how tariffs and other barriers to trade post-Brexit could potentially impact your operations, and examine the possibility of targeting non-EU markets. Locations You should examine the likely impact of Brexit on establishment, not least the future of passporting arrangements for financial services. Funding Organisations, in particular those in the tertiary education and agricultural sectors, that receive EU grants or other forms of subsidy should seek information about how they might close the funding gap post-Brexit. Influence Identify who you should be speaking to in order to influence the ultimate outcome of Brexit negotiations. Politicians and the officials supporting them want clear information about the likely effects of Brexit on British businesses. Early engagement, particularly through coordinated action within a sector, is key. For more information, please contact Christine O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org or Charles Livingstone at email@example.com. You can also visit our Brexit Hub at brodies.com/news/brexit
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