With uncertainty around the UK’s relationship with the EU, it's important that businesses consider how they can best prepare by ensuring they’re aware of the implications of the scenarios that may play out.
There are various resources and advice available from government and industry to help you prepare for Brexit and build general business resilience:
- Prepare your business for EU Exit: Government’s online tool to help you understand how leaving the EU may affect your business, and the implications of different potential outcomes.
- Brexit Business Resource Hub: The Mayor of London has launched a Brexit Business Resource Hub, which brings together news, factsheets and events taking place in London. The Hub includes regularly updated resources from a range of partners to help with business planning.
- Build your Business’ Resilience Free 1-2-1 advice clinics and workshops taking place around the Capital to help small business leaders take the basic steps they need to prepare for the impact of Brexit. Areas covered include import and export arrangements, EU staff, and potential changes to contracts and insurance.
- Brexit Business Checklist: The British Chambers of Commerce have created a checklist of key areas that businesses should consider when making preparations for Brexit.
- FSB Small Business Brexit Pack: The Federation of Small Businesses has prepared a package of information and resources specifically designed to help small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) understand and prepare for the potential implications of the UK leaving the European Union.
- EU Settlement Scheme: employer toolkit: This guide prepared by the government can help your business support any EU citizens you may employ through their application for settled status.
If you are an EU citizen and would like advice on how the UK leaving the EU may affect you, please visit our ‘Brexit information for residents’ section.