Project Brexit is an online platform launched in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum the purpose of which is to provide information and analysis on the Brexit negotiation process and its outcomes as well as the impact of Brexit on a range of policy and business sectors.

The UK has left the EU. It is therefore important to understand what is changing, what’s in the EU-UK Brexit deal and what it means for businesses, organisations and individuals.

With the end of the transition period, there will be an increasing need to ensure UK based organisations are ably represented in Brussels to monitor and influence the policies and regulations that will help or hinder their growth in the future. Being in a position to understand the impact of the UK being a “3rd country” on key legislation and definitions will be vital to making decisions on where and on what to act.

Similarly, the UK government will be in a position to review and repeal EU legislation that is seen as burdensome and that negatively affects industry and consumers, and set its rules in a number of areas.

With a firm foot on both sides of the Channel and a long track record of shaping national and European policies and regulations in highly technical sectors as well as working with trade associations and their members, we can help you:

  • Follow and make sense of the debate in the EU and the UK
  • Understand what the Brexit deal between the UK and the EU means for your organisation
  • Maximise opportunities and minimise the threats post-Brexit

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