Monday May 25, 2020

Brexit aftershock will make start-ups think twice about investing in Britain

Don't put all your eggs in one basket, writes Leanna Byrne

1st July, 2016
Could Brexit stop start-ups' expansion plans?

The British expansion story is the classic start-up story. Pick up the phone to a start-up and ask them what market they’re eyeing up next and, most of the time, it will say Britain.

After all, it makes sense. Despite the fact that we have a little bit of Britain attached to the corner of this island, it's the closest, most similar market. A trip to London or up north in Manchester can...

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