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Brexit has created unprecedented challenges for businesses across Europe, especially those with integrated, trans-national supply chains. More than three years on from the referendum result, the exact consequences for future policy and regulation remain uncertain and unknown, as do the challenges for businesses in preparing and managing this unprecedented shift in international relations. Slow-downs in investments and currency fluctuations present further challenges to exporters. As new deadlines approach, time is limited for companies to assess their exposure to Brexit and prepare accordingly for a future trading relationship which will take several years to materialise.

Vulcan’s team is made up of diverse policy experts, including former EU officials and Irish Government Ministers, who have the expertise and insights to advise clients on the politics, processes and likely outcomes. Over the coming years, the future relationship between the UK and EU will be in the spotlight and we assist companies in all aspects of strategic planning, stakeholder engagement and risk management regarding UK-EU relations.

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The Commission’s initiative comes as digital technologies, both positive and negative, have come under greater scrutiny for its societal, economic, and environmental impacts during the COVID-19 pandemic https://t.co/LFdVHVqkAp
28 January at 10:30am
The growth is expected to be due to strong domestic demand, supported by income growth, strong exports and the use of savings that have been built up during the pandemic https://t.co/LJDfyMgqGU
28 January at 10:28am
Diem was launched in 2019 by Facebook in their attempt to revolutionise digital payments, and has struggled from its early days https://t.co/i5mXc1hjMT
28 January at 10:26am