We’re finding that many of our clients have seen a lot of growth in the past 18 months or so. So how are they feeling about the EU Referendum? Will it be a positive move if we end up leaving the EU or will this recovery be further affected?

The problem is, no one really knows for sure what a Brexit will mean.

What we do know is, that when a company is facing uncertain times, for example when a restructure occurs, everyone spends their time second-guessing the outcome and productivity slowly grinds to a halt in the meantime. The bottom line is, uncertainty causes delay and delay slows growth.

So how will the country vote in the EU Referendum?

We believe that if you’re not completely persuaded of something, it’s best to do nothing. And by that we mean, don’t change what doesn’t need to be changed. But what do you think? If you haven’t made up your mind yet, take a look at these two videos about the EU Referendum and see what you think. And don’t forget to vote on 23rd June – you need to register by 7th June if you haven’t already.

 

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