How UK firms are using Estonia’s e-Residency scheme to operate as EU firms post-Brexit

How UK firms are using Estonia’s e-Residency scheme to operate as EU firms post-Brexit

How UK firms are using Estonia’s e-Residency scheme to operate as EU firms post-Brexit

Ott Vatter, managing director of the Republic of Estonia’s e-Residency programme, which enables business people to establish and manage an EU-based company paperlessly from anywhere in the world, explains how UK businesses can benefit from the service after Brexit

metals4U founder Paul McFadyen says business urgently needs clarity on Brexit

metals4U founder Paul McFadyen says business urgently needs clarity on Brexit

Paul McFadyen, founder of West Yorkshire-based online supplier of metals, plastics and engineering products metals4U, talks stockpiling, EU staffing and how he craves some certainty on how Brexit will playout

Part of KellyBronze turkey flock to go Dutch if a satisfactory Brexit deal is not reached

Part of KellyBronze turkey flock to go Dutch if a satisfactory Brexit deal is not reached

Paul Kelly, managing director of Essex-based international turkey breeder Kelly Bronze, spoke to us last year about his arrangements for Brexit. Here he updates us on his plans to open a second base in the Netherlands to get around possible tariff difficulties

Novacare CEO says flow of EU health and social care staff mustn’t be blocked by Brexit

Novacare CEO says flow of EU health and social care staff mustn’t be blocked by Brexit

Stephen Wilson, CEO and co-founder of Edinburgh-based health and social care recruitment software-provider Novacare, says everything possible must be done to retain the workers that come from the EU to work in the UK’s health and social care sectors