The British Chambers of Commerce's research and lobbying work has focused on the practical impacts on firms of the decision to leave the EU. The BCC is campaigning for clarity on the nature of the future relationship with the EU, and answers to the pragmatic concerns of businesses.
Our research and analysis is intended to distil the complexity of the political process, and assess what the developments in the Brexit process mean in practical terms for businesses.
As the UK begins its withdrawal from the EU, the BCC is helping businesses to consider how they can plan for the future.
Since the EU referendum in June 2016, business communities across the UK have faced unprecedented levels of uncertainty about trading conditions in the future. The BCC is encouraging companies of all sizes and sectors to consider how they may be affected.
In order to help companies think about how their operations could be impacted, we have created a Business Brexit Checklist, outlining key areas of operations where firms should assess what could change.
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Further details are on the BCC Brexit Hub.
The UK Government have also established an online tool to assess which actions you or your business needs to take.