How do you prepare for Brexit when you don’t know what the outcome is going to be?

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How do you prepare for Brexit when you don’t know what the outcome is going to be? That’s the question that Deborah Price, managing director of British Boxers asked in our latest interview. And it’s one that we can all identify with.

When we were coming up with the name for this website, a number of words and phrases were mooted. We settled on Ready for Brexit because our goal is to get you as ready as you possibly can be for Brexit. We all hoped that a deal would have been agreed by now; and, if and when a deal is agreed, getting ready for Brexit will become slightly easier. The uncertainty around the terms by which we will leave the EU, however, doesn’t mean that all that businesses can do is wait and see. There is still plenty that you can do to get ready for Brexit, in whatever form it takes.

Deborah Price is buying her stock for British Boxers way in advance of her usual schedule to hedge against currency fluctuations and delays at borders. You can reevaluate your supply chain, increase your warehouse space, consider using more local suppliers and check that your business partners are ready for Brexit with our BrexSure Brexit audit tool.

Start to work out what you can do now with the BrexList, your Brexit checklist. The more you do now, the less you will panic later.

Anna

Anna Tobin
Editor
Ready For Brexit

 

Anna Tobin Editor of Ready for Brexit

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