According to PwC 24th Annual CEO Survey survey, post-Brexit UK is an increasingly promising growth opportunity for global CEOs. Key findings include...
To help you understand how the UK's VAT rules have changed since 1st Jan 2021, in this 2nd guide of our Beyond Brexit series, we're tackling VAT Changes.
To help you navigate the new trading landscape we will be putting together a series of updates tackling the key changes, the first of which focuses on VAT & Customs.
Download our handy and practical checklist to keep help you keep on top of the key things this January
You insure your property and have contracts with suppliers and customers for the sale and purchase of goods, but what are you doing to protect your ideas, services and products?
After the Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020, the EU GDPR will no longer be law in the UK. However, as the UK government intends to write the GDPR into UK law, from all practical perspectives, GDPR will continue to apply.
Some of the terms in existing contracts may no longer be relevant post-Brexit or may raise legal or practical questions in the future.
Brexit will impact social security in a number of ways. In this article, James provides guidance on our current position and in a no-deal situation.
If your business imports or exports goods either as sales or in your supply chain, there are a number of things you need to do and be aware of with the end of the Brexit transition period ending on 31 December 2020.
With 2020 having been dominated by Covid-19 and its implications Brexit has, until now, taken a bit of a back seat. And yet, come the end of the year, when the transition period ends, there are some significant implications for all businesses. Here are some key things you need to be aware of and act on.
In this video interview, the Australia-UK Chamber of Commerce invited our Managing Partner, Gerry Collins, to speak about growth opportunities for Australian companies looking to expand to the UK.
Investors continue to back UK tech companies, despite the economic challenges posed by Covid-19, according to figures compiled by Tech Nation and Dealroom for the Digital Economy council.
Brexit has been, and will continue to be, a source of great uncertainty and challenge for both UK and EU based companies. However, by harnessing the range and expertise of the Ecovis network, we can help our clients successfully navigate the post-Brexit minefield.
In order to continue trading and beat the UK homegrown competition, it’s vital for overseas companies to have a strong presence in the UK and demonstrate their commitment to both their current and potential UK clients. Having personally accrued over twenty years of experience advising and helping foreign companies to setup their businesses in the UK, I'm delighted to impart some of this knowledge to help businesses succeed.