Your Business: Don’t wave goodbye to Britain yet
Many SMEs are writing off the British market in the wake of Brexit, but this would be unwise, writes Graham Clifford
It was a June morning like any other. The birds sang, the children had to be encouraged from their beds. But a sun-kissed island woke to a dawning reality that things were about to change.
Over kitchen tables in the early hours of June 24, 2017, SME owners recoiled in dismay at the news that the people of Britain had voted in favour of Brexit and that they were likely not just to leave the...
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