brexit IMPACT on BUSINESS?

ResilienceHelp.com – Impartial Brexit Planning Specialists, Serving Private, Public and Third Sectors, helping understand Brexit impact on business. 

Brexit is widely considered by experts to be a highly complex topic for businesses to adapt to. As 1 January 2021, fast approaches, businesses need expert guidance to help them identify the Brexit challenges ahead as they look for post Brexit business opportunities. With our ongoing support you can plan a successful path through the changes.

ResilienceHelp.com has a team of Brexit and business resilience experts who can help you to understand the impact of the changes Brexit will bring as you look for business opportunities after Brexit. Our team can provide your business, organization or business community with Brexit consultancy or provide training for Brexit / EU Exit readiness and COVID-19 business continuity planning.  

We have already helped over 1,500 SME businesses with Brexit training as a delivery partner under contract to London Growth Hub.  ResilienceHelp.com achieved this by delivering more than 80 hands-on workshops, presentations, 1-to-1 confidential business surgeries and webinars over the course of a year. 

Our Brexit Experience

We delivered Navigating Brexit for SMEs  for the London Growth Hub, Greater London Authority and the Mayor of London.  Over the course of a year, we helped build Brexit business resilience for 1,500 of London’s SMEs.  Read our case study here. 

Our research has shown that more than 70% of small to medium sized businesses in the UK have no plan for Brexit at all.  Some will wait and see what the changes bring. 

This could mean that the businesses face unanticipated changes at short notice.  We have proven experience working with SMEs to prevent this situation.

Contact us today to arrange a no-obligation discussion to explore how ResilienceHelp.com can help the businesses you are supporting. We offer a range of services and are happy to discuss your requirements and tailor a bespoke package for you that is within your budget.

ResilienceHelp.com : We Build SME Resilience

These are turbulent times. Just when it appeared that the UK’s withdrawal from the EU had been injected with direction after years of uncertainty, humanity found itself contending with the SARS COV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic. Now, as the UK government begins to ease the lockdown imposed in response to this public health crisis and reopen the economy, many economists believe a global economic depression looms. In order to thrive once again, businesses must carefully rethink every aspect of their operations and now is the time for them to do it.

COVID-19

Some businesses have already been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. To successfully manage their way through this public health crisis all businesses should create a business continuity plan to protect the health of their business, their employees and their customers. 

Our experts have studied how businesses in countries where COVID-19 hit first, responded to the challenge of rebuilding. We are ready to share these learnings with businesses in the UK, EU and further afield.

Let our business resilience experts help you navigate simultaneously through two of the biggest uncertainties that the UK has ever had to face: Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Contact us today to arrange a no-obligation discussion with you to explore how we can help your business or the businesses that you are supporting. We offer a range of services and are happy to discuss your requirements and tailor a bespoke package for you that is within your budget.

Kingston Chamber of Commerce were very pleased to be able to work with brexithelp.net to deliver information and support to our members.  We worked with them to deliver seminars and one to one advice sessions both at our business expo and at a networking breakfast and found them very knowledgeable and approachable at all times.  The information they provided was clear and easy to understand for all audiences and overall the feedback was very good from our attendees.
Amanda McLoughlin, Marketing, Events & Comms, Kingston Chamber of Commerce