Tag Archives: Brexit

Getting to grips with new immigration law

Immigration law specialists from Fragomen Sheffield explain what the post-Brexit rules mean for those working and hiring in the digital sector.

The rules governing the new relationship between the EU and UK came into effect on 1 January 2021. This includes a new Immigration System, which dictates who can come to the UK to work and replaces the freedom of movement rules that the UK previously subscribed to. If you have plans to employ people from

No Deal Brexit – Guidance and Videos

Following the event last Wednesday in which Dom Hallas from Coadec presented the Government's official advice for tech firms in the event of a disorderly exit from the EU, here is the guidance document itself as well as videos from the event.

Here are a link to Coadec‘s guidance document, along with a recording of Dom’s presentation and the Q&A panel with additional contributions from Paul Driver from DCMS, Kathleen O’Donnell from Fragomen and Glenn Jacques from BRM Solicitors. The briefing Document: No deal: Guide for Startups (Coadec, 2019) Dom Hallas’ briefing Q&A Panel Contact For further

Who’s Prepared for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit?

We have partnered with the Coalition for a Digital Economy (Coadec), The UK Tech Cluster Group and Tech Nation to provide essential information to local tech firms, in the eventuality of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

Briefing for the local Tech sector Attend this briefing to find out about the key issues that will impact tech and digital companies in the event of a no deal outcome and what you can do to make sure that your business is fully prepared for all eventualities. Areas of focus will include steps to

What might Brexit mean for our tech industry?

Getting an early handle on the implications of Brexit on the national and local tech sector...

Following the result of the referendum last Friday, I’ve started to compile a list of resources related to the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union that will most likely impact our tech sector. Some of these are specific to our sector, and some apply generally to business and investment. Obviously, this is not a comprehensive