Brexit Business Resource Hub

London is the best city in the world in which to do business and the Mayor of London has been clear that it will always remain open.

However, we know that businesses are unsure about how they can be best prepared for Brexit. To support you, the London Growth Hub and the Mayor of London have launched this new Brexit Business Resource Hub. It will bring together key resources from a range of partners to help you with business planning, supporting you to map areas of your business with potential exposure to Brexit.

This page will be continually updated with news, factsheets and events in London, to help you and your business prepare while we await more information on how Brexit will be implemented.

Workshops and events

London Growth Hub Build your business’ resilience workshops and 1-2-1s

Our free workshops are designed to help businesses remain resilient and find new opportunities to sustain and grow, even during times of economic uncertainty.

Join us to explore how Brexit, a changing global economy and local consumer insights could result in changes for your business – and how you can get ahead of the competition.

Our workshops are best suited for sole traders, small or medium sized businesses looking to provide their clients, investors and employees with the assurance that they can and will continue to trade in a changing economic landscape.

To find out more and register to attend a workshop click here.

External events

Upcoming Brexit related events taking place across London:

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Events from our Growth Hub Cluster

The London Growth Hub is currently working together with the SELEP and Hertfordshire Growth Hubs to deliver collaborative advice and support to businesses across all areas.

If you are interested in attending Brexit events in the SELEP area, please click here.

If you are interested in attending Brexit events in the Hertfordshire area, please click here.

London Growth Hub factsheets

Key topics

Factsheets and guides brought to you by the London Growth Hub to help you understand what decisions have already been made, future activity, how it might affect your business and find out what you can do to prepare your business for Brexit:

Factsheets and guides to support businesses operating in the following sectors to prepare for Brexit:

External resource directory

Regulations and standards

When the UK leaves the EU there could be changes to the requirements for placing certain product on the UK and EU markets. The following guidance provides advice about regulations and standards after Brexit:

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Employing and managing staff

Brexit could mean changes for businesses that employ EU workers. Useful resources include:

  • Home Office guidance for EU, EEA and Swiss frontier workers who want to continue working in the UK after Brexit
  • Government guidance about how workplace rights could be affected in a no-deal Brexit
  • The Settled Status Scheme will enable EU nationals who have lived and worked in the UK for five years to apply for settled status and live in the UK permanently.

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Support for importers and exporters

There is a wide range of support and guidance available to help importers and exporters take steps to prepare for Brexit. Useful resources include:

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Data protection and Brexit

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published a range of resources to help businesses understand the impact of Brexit on data flows and data protection. Guidance covers a range of topics including:

  • How small businesses can prepare for a no-deal Brexit
  • How to keep data flowing after Brexit
  • How will personal data continue to flow after Brexit
  • Data protection and Brexit podcast.

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Intellectual Property (IP) and Brexit

It is important that business owners take steps to protect their intellectual property after Brexit. Useful resources include:

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Get Ready for Brexit

The UK Government has launched the ‘Get Ready for Brexit’ campaign to help businesses prepare for the UK leaving the EU. Support includes:

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Preparing for a no-deal Brexit

Press releases and articles

Press releases and articles

This page will be continually updated with news, factsheets and events delivered in London, to help you and your business prepare.

To help us understand your needs and priorities we would love to hear from you. Please complete our short survey via the link below to help us, and our partners, develop business support activities to support your business.

You can also call Government’s national Business Support Helpline on 0300 456 3565 to speak to an adviser about any questions you have about how your business will be affected by Brexit.


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