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The boss of Rolls-Royce has urged politicians to back Theresa May’s draft Brexit agreement with time running out to agree any alternative. Joined by many other business leaders who came out publicly to back May’s Brexit plan, Mr East mirrored the sentiment of thousands of company leaders up and down the country in calling for […] The post Politicians should get behind ‘practical’ if not a Rolls-Royce of Brexit deals appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Huge Brexit news this afternoon and evening as UK and EU officials confirmed that they have agreed a draft Brexit ‘text’. Talks between Theresa May and her cabinet members have been held today before further discussions tomorrow afternoon. The news saw the pound surge against the dollar and the euro, though the cabinet and then […] The post As Brexit text is agreed, businesses warn they cannot afford no-deal appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The number of small and medium-sized businesses in the UK expecting growth has dropped to its lowest point in nearly 10 years according to a new report. The research called the UK SME Manufacturing Barometer, conducted by SWMAS found that 13% fewer firms asked expected to see their revenues increase over the next six months. […] The post SME firms suffering crisis of confidence appeared first on Go Exporting.

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British businesses are gearing up to trigger Brexit contingency plans as the deadline for a deal looms closer. According to the Confederation of British Industry who surveyed a broad spectrum of companies, 40% said they’re standing ready to begin enabling their post-Brexit strategies within the next four weeks should further clarity on the potential divorce […] The post British firms ready to trigger Brexit contingency plans as early as next month appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Direct-to-consumer brands are killing it right now. More creative, marketing powerhouses with often a singular, awesome product to sell have started flooded the marketplace. And where’s the first place we often hear about these brands? That’s right, social media. Who knew that buying a new mattress could be so exciting before Eve Sleep and other […] The post How to take your direct-to-consumer brand international appeared first on Go Exporting.

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We’re very much into the final straight of EU negotiations but despite wranglings of the Irish border and varying preferred versions of Brexit from within British politics, a favourable deal offer is already on the table – and has been from the very start. That’s according to Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, who […] The post What would a Canada+++ deal look like for Britain? appeared first on Go Exporting.

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It’s been another topsy-turvy few weeks in the business of Brexit as Labour reaffirmed its position and likelihood of rejecting pretty much any deal which Theresa May manages to bring back from Brussels. But towards the back-end of this week, the rhetoric has become slightly more positive with the chances of a Brexit deal having […] The post Have UK manufacturers already lost out because of Brexit? appeared first on Go Exporting.

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There appears to be something of a thought gap when it comes to Brexit and business. On the one hand, various politicians thought leaders and media outlets will tell you the disaster that will incur after leaving the EU – especially in a no-deal scenario. But the other hand, held by businesses on the ground […] The post Meet the sectors not overly concerned about Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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A joint report by Google and Temasek Holdings has predicted that the Southeast Asian internet economy is expected to be worth $200bn within the next seven years. The report, called ‘e-Conomy Southeast Asia Spotlight 2017’, noted that growth last year outstripped expectations by 35%, worth $50bn at the end of the year. E-Commerce sales have […] The post Southeast Asia internet economy to be worth $200bn within next decade appeared first on Go Exporting.

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A new study has found that three-quarters of UK small and medium-sized businesses currently exporting are yet to factor in and formulate a specific post-Brexit strategy. The report, released by the Chartered Institute of Marketing and PwC Research, warned that whilst many firms are expecting to see export volumes and revenues grow over the next […] The post Many exporting SMEs yet to factor in Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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