As the dust continues to settle following the UK’s unprecedented vote to leave the European Union, UK franchisors and franchisees are increasingly asking what impact Brexit will have on their businesses and the UK economy?
Immediately following the referendum, Pip Wilkins, CEO of the British Franchise Association provided the voice of calm and reason:
“We want to be clear that for us, and for franchising, it is very much ‘business as usual’. We will continue to work closely with the European Franchise Federation and reap the opportunities that it affords to guide and inform on franchising across Europe.”
Indeed, as developments unfold on a daily basis, it is important to stay grounded. Our latest blog for Franchise Expo.co.uk, looks at the facts so far.
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