As you have heard by now, the British public voted in favor of Brexit. Of the British electorate, 51.9% casted their vote in favor of Brexit, with a higher-than-expected overall turnout of 72.2%. So what does this mean for the future of the UK, EU and global trade?
Now that the vote is in, the EU and its member states will be required to negotiate a withdrawal agreement within a two-year window. Given the uncertainty around the trading condition with the UK, some EU and US companies will begin exploring alternative supply chains not involving the UK. As a result, many trade regulations around the world will be impacted.
Check out our webinar, powered by Amber Road's Global Trade Academy, to learn the impact these changes will have on global business and trade in the EU and US. This webinar will explore:
Britain's timetable for leaving the EU
Brexit's impact on global business for both US and EU companies
What this means for Free Trade Agreements
How to prepare for Brexit
Join us to learn how Brexit will affect trade in your organization!