For the past two years, the UK government has been working to ascertain the conditions of their departure from the EU. With the deadline for leaving extended until 31st October, there is a lack of clarity on the situation which is making it extremely difficult for companies to develop a response to changes in the business and operational landscape after Brexit.
- Recap of the key developments between the original exit date of 29th March and PM Theresa May’s recent resignation
- Assessment of likely scenarios and what the implications would be
- Our recommendations for what organisations can do to prepare for a disruptive Brexit
- Outline of how Healix can assist businesses by offering a range of embedded and monitoring options.