Brexit: What It Could Mean for High Growth Companies
On June 23, 2016, 52 percent of the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union. This process will not happen immediately and could take at least two years to complete. So, what will this mean to U.S. companies and how will it impact high growth companies? In working with innovative, high growth companies in the technology, health and industrial industries, Cherry Bekaert found that most executives believe there will be some type of impact on their business, but that impact will be minimal. Currency risks seem to be the top concern as this decision could hurt the British pound. Read More.
Taking Stock of Business Leaders’ Brexit Concerns — Your Input is Needed
As everyone grapples with what to make of the UK’s decision to leave the EU, we’re gathering the thoughts and insights of business leaders like you in an effort to make sense of it all. We’d like to know what you think the impact of Brexit will be on your business and your industry. In a tightly-knit global economy, fractures like this one are going to be felt more deeply – and by more people. So, what does this mean for your business? What will you need to know in the days ahead? Have a couple of minutes? Your specific vantage point could really provide some unique insights. The survey will close on. Read More.