Being a resilient business in times of change
Creating a resilient business means thinking about and understanding the areas which threaten your businesses ability to function.
Whether it is an interruption to the supply chain or staffing issues, putting in place some key contingencies is integral to long-term success by mitigating the effects of any risks.
Following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on 31 January 2020 we have created a toolkit for businesses to work through with a business adviser. Although created for a specific purpose, this toolkit is applicable when you need to think about an business resilience activity.
If you could benefit by talking to an adviser about the below information in more detail, please get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In regards to the UK leaving the EU, there is now a transition period until the end of December 2020 while the UK and the EU negotiate their future relationship. While the details of our new relationship with Europe and countries around the world is yet to be finalised, there are lots of steps businesses can take to prepare regardless.
Our team can help take your business through these areas identifying opportunities and steps to mitigate the effects of any risks. We have identified five key areas for business to get thinking and start preparing for:
For further support, including a general business check-up, please contact us here: email@example.com