CNBC’s report on the impact of Brexit featured BGF Ventures’ very own Harry Briggs and Rory Stirling. Highlighting the importance of attracting business and young talent to the UK, Briggs emphasised the need to make Britain business- and talent-friendly. The trading disadvantages of leaving the EU bloc can be compensated for by following the example of Hong Kong: simplify regulation to attract companies and lure foreign talent.
How Brexit will affect the hunt for talent – CNBC
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