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Brexit: When will we know what to do?

In an article originally published in Supply Management, Efficio’s Ben Lambert speaks on the preparedness of organizations as the UK’s exit from the European Union approaches.

Companies have been advised to enact long-term scenario planning sooner rather than later.

Ben says:

It’s like training for a marathon, you have to start doing some runs now. The earlier you are in planning this, the better it is. If you do it at the last minute, it will be everyone talking to the same suppliers and it will be harder to achieve what you need to get.

To read the full article click here.

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