Features for LawOutsourcing after Brexit – a Central / Eastern European view
by JCommerce SA
After the referendum in which the British decided to leave the European Union, there has been an abundance of comments, analyses and forecasts of what will happen after the so-called ‘Brexit’. Much of the world is in shock. All the countries, industries and companies operating on the European market must verify their current strategy and adapt it to the new reality as soon as possible. Since Friday 24 June we have been reflecting on what the outlook for outsourcing is, and whether the UK’s exit from the EU will affect the development prospects of Polish outsourcing companies. Let’s put emotion to one side and calmly try to identify areas of risk and - if possible - to find potential opportunities for development.