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For the foreseeable future it will be devoted to the threats and opportunities Brexit presents.
It remains a forum for Europe's management consultants to share news, gossip, opinion and analysis as they and their customers across the continent face up to the perilous challenge of the UK's decision to leave the EU.
It is edited by Dave Madden, once a management consultant and long-time editor of Management Consultant International and The Accountant. Contact The Editor on +44.1270 812774, +44.7821 901580 or email@example.com.
An alarmingly high number of UK firms aren't ready for a no deal Brexit; two-fifths (41%) of UK businesses have not done a Brexit risk assessment, and many have big gaps in knowledge about planned new customs procedures, according to new research by The British Chamber of Commerce.
London-based GDPR privacy consultancy Kazient has turned its back on the chance of a £30k project with The Brexit Party on ethical grounds. Jamal Ahmed, founder of Kazient, said he declined to work for Nigel Farage's party because, "it represents everything I stand against."
Most Financial Services firms expect a Brexit extension on 31 October but nearly half are ready to move UK business outside of the EU in case of no-deal exit — says an EY poll.
Japan's corporations head for the channel tunnel, as its gateway to Europe seems set to close. Unusually frank Japanese comment in the South China Morning Post.
As the new government marches us towards No Deal, a new paper from the Institute for Government looks at what the Prime Minister will need to do in the next 94 days to prepare. (Spoiler alert — IfG argues No Deal Brexit would not be a clean break but would dominate government for years to come.)