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Although many businesses are still reeling from the impact of COVID-19, there are those with an eye on opportunity. Brandon Bichler, Partner at Elixirr, explains why all businesses need to think about growth so they don’t get left behind.
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Plan now to take advantage of the EU trade opportunities that will persist beyond the Brexit transition, urges Ian Tandy, HSBC UK’s Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance.
The end of the Brexit transition period on 1st January 2021 is drawing ever closer and as trade talks with the EU go down to the wire, it is difficult to know exactly what businesses need to do to prepare. However, business leaders are in agreement about one thing – no preparation is not an option.
With fifty percent of its customer base in EU member states, Candy Hero faced Brexit with understandable trepidation. Enquiring minds and a dynamic approach, however, have helped the business find a solution that delivers long-term benefits.
The pandemic has tested the resilience of small businesses – and focused minds on how to build a legacy that will endure.
Finding unique ways to adapt when lockdown affected supplies as well as staying positive has helped Colchester-based florist, Flowers by Molly Louise, find new opportunities in tough times.
The biggest challenge of the pandemic for London Green Cycles was undoubtedly uncertainty, but says owner, Roman Magula, there have also been unexpected positives.