Triggering Article 50 for the EU Exit!
Brexit Press Review
First, let’s take a look at the newspaper front pages – March 29th, 2017 !
What’s next for the UK Tech in Brexit Britain?
Some entrepreneurs will be bothered, as the UK is on the verge to lose access to the Single Market. They also fear a shortage of EU tech. talents in the industry.
As Britain’s PM signs the EU exit notification, what to expect for the UK technology sector – known as Tech Nation and Tech City. To-date, this is nearly impossible to tell you what to expect. However, here are my predictions for the EU exit:
- Negotiations will be rough,
- The EU will try to get billions out of Britain,
- The UK will not give billions to the EU,
- There is no legal basis for the £50 billion Brexit bill,
- EU and UK expats will be protected as a matter of emergency,
- Negotiations are not expect to begin before next September…
The PM has signed the letter which will trigger Article 50 tomorrow, starting negotiations for the UK to leave the EU. pic.twitter.com/jHerwJs4g9
— UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) March 28, 2017
Brexit Questions for the UK Technology Industry
Tech Nation and Tech City UK are the most business-friendly ecosystem for digital entrepreneurs & the most dynamic tech hub in Europe.
- The UK economy is strong for the next 2 years,
- UK’s Tech industry will NOT lose its leadership in today’s world,
- The City of London and the financial sector will come out with new business models and adapt to the new situation,
- Experts expect the UK growth to decline,
- Trade agreements will have to be signed with all major countries starting with the Common Wealth & the USA…
French expat in London for 15 years, I have no doubt Britain will reinvent itself and will discover new business opportunities in the new environment. When the UK rejected the €, experts were predicting a decline, a recession and unemployment.
Do believe in Global Britain and change your digital strategy for 2019!
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