Brexit podcast series from Keebles - Special Guest Nick Patrick

28th October 2020

A new podcast series has been launched by the Keebles team to provide expert analysis of key concerns which businesses may have leading up to the UK’s exit from the European Union.

With the UK’s transition period due to come to an end on 31 December 2020, businesses will need to prepare for Brexit in a number of ways.

The Keebles Brexit podcast series, hosted and delivered by Keebles Partner, Carys Thompson, and Associate Solicitor, Tom Rook, covers the changes in a number of key sectors and areas and recommends action you should consider taking.


Podcast: Special Guest Nick Patrick

Providing expert analysis of key concerns which businesses may have leading up to the UK’s exit from the European Union.

With the UK’s transition period due to come to an end on 31 December 2020, businesses will need to prepare for Brexit in a number of ways.


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Sectors and areas covered in the podcast series include:

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