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July 31, 2016

Great Ready for Brexit: Preparing your Business Processes

The Brexit vote has created business uncertainty, and it is likely that leaving the UK will generate difficult trading conditions for some time. It is important, therefore, that businesses do everything they can to ensure they are as ready as can be for increasing pressure on prices, and more intense competition for business. Here are
July 25, 2016

Preparing for Brexit: Analyse your Purchases

If a lot of your business’ purchases come from abroad then you may be significantly impacted by Brexit. In particularly, if the value of the pound stays low, your purchases from abroad will be more expensive (though this will also encourage export sales). It is important to plan ahead to see the possible impacts on
July 25, 2016

Preparing for Brexit: Analyse your Sales

It is difficult to know how Brexit will affect the sales revenue of your business – economic slowdown is likely to have a negative impact, but if you trade overseas, the exchange rate and other changes may bring benefits. Planning ahead is always good, if only to see the possible impacts and to take steps
July 16, 2016

Benefit Realisation

In service delivery and administrative processes and activities, it is not always easy to measure benefit. The trouble is that the key benefits may not be tangible. This problem is particularly acute in processes where the aim is to give guidance to help a client “improve” something, or to help them “prevent” something, but where
July 3, 2016

Model the Sensitivity of your Business to Brexit

The population have voted to leave the EU. The impacts will be many and varied, and “head in the sand” is not an option. Businesses need to review how their profitability might be affected by the changes that leaving the UK may bring. This need not be the onerous. At the very least you should