Ready for Brexit will steer your business through Brexit in whatever form it takes

Ready for Brexit is independent and objective. It aims to help businesses and organisations manage the challenges and opportunities that Brexit brings.
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Ready for Brexit is designed to steer your business around the extra obstacles that Brexit is putting in its way and towards the opportunities that it will hopefully create. We are a one-stop-shop.

I recently attended a workshop at chemical giant BASF’s UK headquarters in Cheshire designed to help those in its supply chain prepare themselves for Brexit. The speakers were drawn from across trade and industry. One of the attendees asked a civil servant working on preparing the chemical industry for Brexit whether there was a portal within Government dedicated to Brexit? He pointed the questioner to the Government Brexit homepage. Sadly, I don’t view that as a portal. It is a long, long list of difficult-to-navigate links leading to reams of Government documents. It doesn’t help businesses to build up a Brexit checklist unique to their needs, it doesn’t prioritise anything and it doesn’t offer any additional support.

Ready for Brexit is the only comprehensive UK Brexit portal. It has the tools to help you to create tailored Brexit checklists for your organisation, audits to test whether those in your supply chain are ready for Brexit and a no-deal Brexit survival plan. It has details of all the latest trade and EU negotiations and an easy-to-navigate Directory where you can dig out the exact Government document you are looking for and other details on that particular subject area.

Almost sold? I’ll answer the question you’re now asking in your head. It costs £195 for a year’s membership. That’s less than the price of a cup of coffee a day. Your business is worth it.

Anna

Anna Tobin
Editor
Ready For Brexit

 

Anna Tobin Editor of Ready for Brexit

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