Press Coverage - Mail on Sunday
Britain's army of start-up firms are shrugging off worries over Brexit, as most need have no fear of the fallout of the vote, a leading business adviser says.
The number of new companies has been rising for years and is set to exceed 600,000 in 2016. While the Brexit vote has filled some with fear, business writer Carl Reader says for many start-ups this is unwarranted.
‘The main issues will be for importers, with foreign goods becoming more costly and the risk of European Union tariffs should we lose access to the free market,’ said Reader.
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