Get ready for Brexit assessment tool

Our Get Ready for Brexit assessment tool is designed to help you assess how well prepared your business is for Brexit, and what action you may need to take.

You will be able to score your business readiness against the areas most likely to be impacted by Brexit and understand your business’ current and future needs, create contingency plans and take key actions to prepare for Brexit.

It will take you around 15 minutes to complete the tool and there are 28 questions split across seven areas that are critical to your business’ sustainability and growth.

The seven areas covered in the Brexit assessment tool are:

  • Business strategy
  • Operations
  • Innovation
  • Sales and marketing
  • Finance
  • People and management
  • Legal and regulatory

On completing the tool, you will receive a personalised report that will help you to assess your current business position, evaluate your performance in each area and identify key actions you could take and support you can access from Invest NI to help you prepare for various outcomes.

 

Complete our Get Ready for Brexit assessment tool

 

If you are not an Invest NI customer, you may still qualify for support providing you meet certain criteria such as current turnover, volume of sales outside of Northern Ireland and growth potential.

Learn more about the criteria to become a customer with Invest Northern Ireland and how we support business

 

Brexit features

Alastair Hamilton launches the Get Ready for Brexit campaign
Alastair Hamilton, Chief Executive
Feb 25, 2019
Invest NI’s Get Ready for Brexit campaign highlights the support available to help businesses build resilience into their operations. Watch our video to find out more.
Leaving the EU: actions to take now to be ready for No Deal
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Feb 06, 2019
HMRC is stepping up activities to advise businesses of what they need to do to continue to import and/or export goods with the EU in the event of a no deal Brexit. Read our feature to stay informed.
How can businesses prepare for the data protection implications of a No Deal EU Exit?
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Feb 04, 2019
In the event that the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 without a deal, UK businesses will need to ensure they continue to be compliant with data protection law.
Recruiting workers from the EU – The differences in a Deal and No Deal scenario
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Feb 01, 2019
The Government published guidance this week on the rights which EU citizens, excluding Irish citizens, will have to come to work in the UK after 29 March 2019 in the event of a No Deal Brexit outcome.
HMRC advice for firms trading with the EU
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Dec 06, 2018
HMRC is writing this week to all NI businesses who import or export goods with EU Member States, other than the Republic of Ireland.
Brexit looms large over Autumn Budget
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Nov 02, 2018
Budget statements are traditionally delivered on a Wednesday, the last Monday Budget was in April 1962.
A week in the life of Brexit
David Roberts, Invest NI Economist
Jul 19, 2018
On 12 July 2018, the UK Government published its long-awaited White Paper on The Future Relationship between the UK and European Union.