Brexit checklist

The changes taking effect after the transition period are likely to impact widely across business and some will have fundamental implications. 

Preparing for change

Businesses should act now to identify what the shifts mean for their operations before making the changes to systems, processes, staffing and potentially business models. Time is short.

Here is a range of low-risk, low-cost actions you can take across ten areas of business operations.

Low-risk, low-cost actions you can take now

Christene Leiper, managing director, Onorach Ltd

Christene Leiper, managing director of Dundee-based Onorach Ltd is using the Brexit Support Grant to gather insight on how Brexit will impact employing EU citizens.

"We have used the Brexit Support Grant for consultancy fees. Having knowledge of the effect of employing EU citizens has helped us mitigate uncertainties and allow us to progress forward."
Peter Sunderland, director, Instrmnt Ltd

Peter Sunderland, director of Glasgow-based Instrmnt Ltd is using the Brexit Support Grant to help with research and planning to ensure the company's continued success, both in the UK and internationally.

"We have been able to employ an intern to specifically help us negotiate uncertainties, making thorough preparations for the impact of Brexit."