So now we know. A vote to leave Europe is confirmed and once the immediate dust settles we can focus on moving forward.  The leave vote will bring some uncertainty for many businesses but it’s good to remember that nothing in our current relationship with the EU will change overnight. There’s bound to be a prolonged period of renegotiation and readjustment; during this time we hope the government does everything possible to help businesses to continue to grow and create jobs.

If you’re uncertain how the change may affect you, but still have important work to complete, please get in touch. We have access to a fantastic pool of contractors and freelancers who can help you quickly, to cover any projects you may have.

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