The business of Brexit podcast - in association with KPMG

Date: 15-04-2019

Tagged as: EU ReferendumBrexitEU


How should your business respond to Brexit? KPMG have launched a new podcast - The business of Brexit – to help answer that question.

Whether your issue is preparing staff, keeping data flowing, hearing what other companies are doing or just trying to understand what the politics means for your organisation, our guests will have a view.

Listen below

KPMGEpisode 1
Is it too late to prepare for Brexit?
24 Jan
KPMGEpisode 2
Extend and pretend
8 Feb
KPMGEpisode 3
Trade off
22 Feb
KPMGEpisode 4
Ready for anything?
7 Mar
KPMGEpisode 5
'Extra time' tactics
22 Mar
KPMGEpisode 6
The entrepreneurs’ edition
4 April


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