Ironically, India’s erstwhile colonial master is mired in crisis as a result of the most-anticipated Brexit verdict. This predicts Britain to move behind India and France on the ‘global GDP league table’ with just 1.6% rise this year.
Indeed, Britain leaving the European Union is majorly linked with uncertainty—a condition that seemed to stoke interest for its seasoned watchers, but certainly not for the rest.
We have Director General of EISA Mark Brownridge and CEO of IW Capital Luke Davis talk about the polarising effects on businesses in the UK to the Brexit day and after.
Brexit is a cause of concern for many traders as uncertain times lie ahead. However, now is as good as any to develop a competent export strategy for SMEs post-Brexit
The UK’s pending withdrawal from the EU is expected to pose numerous challenges to businesses, and specifically place a burden on communication models
International trade is growing at an astonishing rate, which has a direct impact on currency. Kinesis, a digital yield-bearing currency, could provide a solution to currency stability that goes beyond centralised or monetary banks
Turns out, Britain’s chance to rewrite its character of governance has granted the domestic enterprises a milestone in international trade
Even as UK inches closer to Brexit, the country's fintech industry appears to be unhinged as it continues to attract talent, opportunities and funds
Has Brexit offered UK the opportunity to move towards trade and away from consumer spending? Hetal Mehta weighs in
That the UK will leave the European Union is undeniable. There is only a very small chance left that the UK will stay. What therefore does this mean for commercial contracts, and how can businesses approach the challenges that may come as a result?