Brexit: small business advice and help

Advice and independent insight into what small firms and self-employed individuals need to do to prepare for Brexit.

 
 

Our Brexit Advice Service is designed to offer advice and independent insight into what small firms and self-employed individuals, that have dealings with the EU27 nations, need to start to consider as we hurtle towards Brexit.

While we still can’t deliver exact regulatory changes, the Brexit planning tool will be able to help you create a checklist for your own business so that you can plan for different scenarios and work out what adjustments should be considered a priority.

 

As part of this service, you can connect with an adviser and receive useful links and insight that we've gathered connected to your specific situation. You will also get up-to-date news and features produced by independent influencers and experts.

Once the final Brexit deal is known, we will adjust our own information and deliver the detail on specific regulation and how it will affect your company.

 

Topics covered are: Intellectual Property, Accounting, Sales, Tech and People.

 
 
 
 

Brexit Planning Tool

 

If you trade with EU27 countries or countries the EU has free trade agreements with, you may feel frustrated that there is no clarity around the regulatory changes that will affect your business.

Please use this tool to help you work out the issues you should be prepared to deal with and produce a checklist and plan so that when the regulation is finally agreed, your business will not have to deal with any nasty shocks.

In order to make the most of this tool, you will need to answer all the questions and read the information supplied.

Click here to get started now >

 
Brexit Planning Tool
 
 
 
 
BlogEnterprise Nation launches Brexit Advice Service for UK small businesses
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Dan Martin

Enterprise Nation
 

Decision by Grand Jury: Is this Enterprise Nation member's idea the solution to the Brexit impasse?

An Enterprise Nation member has won a competition which challenged entrepreneurs to come up with a solution to the challenges posed by Brexit.
Categories:
Brexit
Types:
Business news
Blog

Dan Martin

Enterprise Nation
 

Two thirds of UK exporters don't have basic paperwork to trade after Brexit

Only 70,000 out of 240,000 companies have registered for the documentation they need to continue trading with the EU after Brexit. 
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Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation

 

Business leaders buckle up for no‑deal Brexit

The Sunday Times: Hoping for the best but planning for the worst, business leaders accept a wild ride to Brexit, say Oliver Shah and John Collingridge
Categories:
Brexit
Business Stages:
Growing a business
Business Sectors:
Business services and Food & drink
Types:
Newspaper
Blog
Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation

 

Brexit bid to boost deprived areas with low-tax freeports

The Times: Plans to open as many as 10 low-tax "freeports" have been disclosed by Liz Truss, the trade secretary, who claims they will boost economic growth and create "thousands of jobs" after Brexit.
Categories:
Brexit
Business Stages:
Growing a business
Business Sectors:
Business services , Manufacturing and Food & drink
Types:
Newspaper
 
 
 

Brexit Events

 
Apr
23
Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation

  Tue 23rd April 2019
   Bizspace, Bristol

Share small business views with Enterprise Nation's Emma Jones over lunch

A special event exclusively for Enterprise Nation members with Enterprise Nation founder Emma Jones to discuss how government business support can deliver on your requirements.

Apr
26
London Growth Hub & BrexitHelp.net

London Growth Hub & BrexitHelp.net

  Fri 26th Arpril 2019
   Portobello Business Centre, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

Navigating Brexit for SMEs

The London Growth Hub is providing small and medium-sized enterprises with tools to anticipate changes and how Brexit will impact on their business activity and their industry.

May
22
ICAEW

ICAEW

  Wed 22nd May 2019
   Derbyshire House, London

Brexit: Transitioning Businesses Through Unchartered Waters

This event, held in conjunction with CIOT, will focus on key taxation, business and economic aspects of Brexit - taking into account the Brexit ultimately delivered. Guaranteed to be a debate-filled event!

May
14
London Growth Hub & BrexitHelp.net

London Growth Hub & BrexitHelp.net

  Tue 14th May 2019
   Perceval House, Perceval House

Navigating Brexit for SMEs

The London Growth Hub is providing small and medium-sized enterprises with tools to anticipate changes and how Brexit will impact on their business activity and their industry.

 
 
 

Brexit Advisers

 

The following Enterprise Nation advisers have come forward to offer help to support your Brexit needs:

 
Dan Smith

Dan Smith

Doogheno
Marketing/PR
Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson

Routes and Branches
Strategy/Export
Alun Williams

Alun Williams

Arfon Consulting Ltd
Legal, community social
Michelle Ward

Michelle Ward

Indelible IP Limited
Legal
Jo Godden

Jo Godden

Ruby Moon
Community
John Kellett

John Kellett

KR.eativ: Architects Ltd
Architecture
Sam Stretton

Sam Stretton

Logicom
Logistics
Peter Lawrence

Peter Lawrence

Human Capital Department
HR
Katrina McWhinnie

Katrina McWhinnie

The McWhinnie Consultancy Ltd
Strategy/Legal
John Milner

John Milner

Alium Consultants Ltd
Logistics/Exporting
Samantha Oakley

Samantha Oakley

So Law
Legal/Tech
Nicola Thomas

Nicola Thomas

A La Carte Consulting Ltd
Strategy
Hamish Muress

Hamish Muress

OFX
Finance and Funding
Hamish Muress

Anna von Buchenroder

UPS
Strategy
Sietske de Groot

Sietske de Groot

TradePeers Ltd
Strategy
 
 
 

Brexit News Feed

 
 
 
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