Preparing your business for the exit from the EU
The UK has voted to leave the European Union which will take effect on the 29th March 2019, commonly referred to as Brexit. There are various steps you can take to ensure your business is prepared for this process and to ensure minimal impact to your day-to-day operations.
There are a range of support functions available locally to provide advice to you and your business:
- Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils are working to ensure there are plans in place for a 'no deal' scenario. For further information and support for your business email our Economic Development Team at EconDev@ChilternAndSouthBucks.gov.uk.
- Take a look at the Buckinghamshire Business First website for specific business information and advice or email them at BusinessSupport@bbf.uk.com.
- Read Buckinghamshire County Council's report: 'Brexit in Buckinghamshire: Shaping the future, harnessing growth'.
Advice from the Government
There are many things to consider when ensuring your business is prepared for the exit from the EU, from staff you employ to goods you buy and many others you may not be aware of.The Government has a dedicated website to Prepare your business for EU Exit, with tools and advice that can be tailored to your sector to ensure you are prepared for every eventuality.