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Predictions for Brexit’s Impact on the Property Market

Over 2 years ago, the UK went to the polls and decided to leave the European Union, not even 50 years after they had decided to join the confederacy of… Read more » The post Predictions for Brexit’s Impact on the Property Market appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.

The best companies to start in a post-Brexit UK

Those with long memories may recall the panic over the so-called Millennium Bug at the turn of the century. The theory was that, because computers would not be able to understand the concept of the year 2000, they would melt down, plunging civilisation into chaos. Some countries spent huge sums tackling the bug. Others spent The post The best companies to start in a post-Brexit UK appeared first on Small Business.

Industries Facing the Biggest Impact After Brexit

The United Kingdom is set to exit the European Union on March 29, 2019. After the UK voted to exit, many experts now fear a financial fallout similar to that… Read more » The post Industries Facing the Biggest Impact After Brexit appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.

Entrepreneur Q&A: ‘The Internet is the current issue for us’

Owning a bike shop is good fun, but online shopping, market uncertainty and Brexit bring about some tough challenges. Pennine Cycles co-founder, Sandra Corcoran, talks to SmallBusiness.co.uk about her experiences of running the Yorkshire-based store. What is Pennine Cycles and how did it come about? We sell everything from children’s and balance bikes to top The post Entrepreneur Q&A: ‘The Internet is the current issue for us’ appeared first on Small Business.

UK SMEs plan to boost European sales despite Brexit uncertainty

The majority of British small businesses expect to increase overseas sales in the next year – especially with Europe. According to data released by international payments company, OFX, they are increasingly optimistic about international trade, despite uncertainty surrounding the terms of Brexit. OFX’s annual survey of 500 small business owners and senior managers found that 62 The post UK SMEs plan to boost European sales despite Brexit uncertainty appeared first on Small Business.

Three in five businesses think their prospects will improve in the next year

Three in five (59 per cent) businesses believe their prospects will improve in the next year. New data from Smith & Williamson’s inaugural report – Dream bigger: The scale-up moment – reveals that in a show of confidence from the UK’s business community, a quarter (26 per cent) go as far to say that their position The post Three in five businesses think their prospects will improve in the next year appeared first on Small Business.

The flip-flopping sentiment on Brexit: Where do small businesses stand now?

Since the decision in favour of leaving the EU was revealed in 2016, the sentiment on Brexit among small business owners on how the result will impact them has truly been a mixed bag. The day after the referendum vote on June 25th I spoke to a range of small company owners, and concern was The post The flip-flopping sentiment on Brexit: Where do small businesses stand now? appeared first on Small Business.

Most self-employed workers think Brexit won’t affect their business

Most (63 per cent) self-employed workers think Brexit will have no direct impact on their business, according to new research. Kensington Mortgages surveyed over 1,000 self-employed workers across the UK to analyse their thoughts and concerns over the year ahead. Of those surveyed, an optimistic 47 per cent of these self-employed workers expect 2018 to The post Most self-employed workers think Brexit won’t affect their business appeared first on Small Business.

How can my small business prepare for Brexit?

Experts discuss how SMEs can navigate unpredictable times, and futureproof their companies against Brexit uncertainty For small businesses, uncertainty is often one of the biggest hurdles to overcome. And it doesn’t get much more uncertain than Brexit. With tariffs, taxes and immigration all yet to be decided, companies are faced with little surety around their staff, supply chain and finances. But while the UK finds itself in a unique situation, there have been uncertain times before, and there are practical steps businesses can take to protect themselves, according to experts speaking at the solving the solvable seminar for small businesses. Continue reading…

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