Evaluating the impact of Brexit on Businesses and Their Agreement Processes
The UK and European Union finally agreed a deal that defines their future relationship, which came into effect 31 December 2020.
The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement concluded between the EU and the UK sets out preferential arrangements in trade in goods and in services, digital trade, intellectual property and law enforcement among others. However, even with the preferrential arrangements, Brexit affects nearly all businesses in the UK or businesses doing trade with the UK.
This paper explores the impact of Brexit on business agreements, particularly contractual relationships with third parties that serve as a framework for underlying day-to-day business operations. We examine how companies can draw on various digital tools to identify and adjust key business operational dynamics that may be impacted by Brexit.
Read the report and explore:
- The potential impact of Brexit on your organisation and business agreements
- The impact Brexit could have on contractual relationships and key operations of your day-to-day business
- How companies can draw on digital tools to identify and adjust key business operational dynamics that may be impacted by Brexit
- How to prepare solutions to overcome those challenges