Brexit fears overstated for UK manufacturers?

Posted on 8 May 2017 by The Manufacturer

New quarterly survey to reveal how UK manufacturers are navigating the EU exit process as new information emerges.

UK Manufacturers = TM Collaboratory EU exit survey article headerAlong with the rest of the country, UK manufacturers have entered a period of uncertainty not seen since the financial crisis a decade ago.

The UK government is seeking to build a modern industrial strategy to address the needs of sectors, places and people. At the same time, the UK’s decision to leave the EU will affect funding, operating costs, markets, access to skilled workers, support and potentially more as negotiations progress.

UK manufacturers may face new risks and opportunities. But exactly what will change? When? What sectors and regions will be affected? How might individual companies gain or lose out?

The Manufacturer’s Quarterly EU Exit (TMQuEUE) survey aims to help UK manufacturers and their supporters make sense of the emerging position throughout the negotiations.

By taking the survey, you will be able to:

  • track your own preparations for EU withdrawal as the negotiations proceed
  • benchmark your readiness against peers
  • potentially influence the negotiations by being part of this uniquely informative research

Our TMQuEUE survey, brought to you by The Manufacturer Collaboratory, should take no more than 30 minutes to complete. Then every three months, The Manufacturer will publish benchmark levels of expected impacts of EU exit by company size, sector, type and place.

Your individual responses will remain confidential in the aggregated results. And if you are not already a member of The Manufacturer Collaboratory, we will invite you to join without obligation.

The Manufacturer Collaboratory - LogoClick here to take the survey.