As the UK government triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, signalling the start of our negotiations to leave the European Union, there is a clear benefit to be had from concentrating on the fundamentals—a focus on customers, digital transformation, being more sustainable, improvements in productivity and so on. This "keep calm" approach will mitigate the risks of the current uncertainty. Some adjustments may be required, but the basic message is to stick with the strategy and stay the course; you can read the full point of view here.
We have created an interactive "impact assessment" tool highlighting the potential implications of Brexit across corporate Britain. We have identified 12 potential "pain points" for companies, and mapped them to key industry sectors, to enable you to see a summary of things you should be considering and the relative impact of those.
Use the interactive tool below to discover actionable insights that will help your organisation ensure positive change as the UK navigates the post-Brexit landscape. Every button on the tool is clickable, including the "high" to "low" impact buttons, so you can look at whole industries, sub sectors of industries or across the whole of one "pain point." Beyond that there are the contact names of our experts in those areas for you to talk to directly.
* Content updated 29th March 2017 following the triggering of Article 50
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