If the politicians extend our date of departure, can companies pretend Brexit away for a while?
With less than 50 days till the UK is due to leave and time running out, The business of Brexit this week talks extension. Mark Essex explains why more time would be cold comfort for many businesses and sets out the implications of a general election.
Brian Connell discusses why supply chain managers need to ‘think pricing’ and asks, after the UK announced an easing of import restrictions in the event of No Deal: "Would the EU reciprocate?”
Hannah Cool argues there’s still plenty companies can do before 29 March (and why she’s an optimist) and Justin Benson, UK Head of Automotive, talks about what the suppliers to big carmakers can do in a moment of such uncertainty.
Chaired by James Stewart, Head of Brexit at KPMG in the UK, episode 2 also includes political analysis by Mujtaba Rahman, Managing Director at political risk consulting firm Eurasia Group.
Ep.8 - To Brexit and beyond!
Ep.7 - Can I ignore Brexit for a while?
Ep.6 - The entrepreneurs' edition
Ep.5 - 'Extra time' tactics
Ep.4 - Ready for anything?
Ep.3 - Trade off
Ep.1 - Is it too late to prepare for Brexit?
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