How to Build Your Brexit Plan

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A comprehensive overview of how to prepare for Brexit. Understand your exposure and learn FSG’s 6-step planning process to ensure your business is ready.

Overview, Table of Contents & Sample Pages below


Brexit will disrupt business as usual in the UK, as well as multinationals’ planning in such a critical market in their global portfolios. Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), healthcare & life sciences, chemicals, industrial manufacturers, and technology MNCs are all exposed to Brexit and its ramifications in various ways.

Building a Brexit plan that helps them address these challenges doesn’t require huge teams or significant resource allocation, however. To make preparing for Brexit less daunting, multinationals should follow a structured process and select the most essential steps.

This report recommends simple, actionable steps companies can take to prepare for Brexit and build Brexit plans quickly and efficiently, even if resources are limited.

What you will learn

  • Detailed 6-step process to build your Brexit plan
  • Implications for multinationals – understand your exposure
  • An actionable Brexit planning template to use right away

What you will receive

  • Immediate access to the 64-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
  • Special discounts on future report purchases


Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary3
  • About This Report4
  • Brexit: Why it Makes Sense to Plan5
  • What UK GMs are Saying6
  • The Business Case for Contingency Plans7
  • Brexit Plan Basics8
  •   Brexit Plan Basics9
  •   Brexit Plan: Introduction10
  •   Evaluate Your Value Proposition11
  •   Think of Your Competitors’ Strategies12
  •   Recommended Brexit Planning Process 13-14
  • Step 1: Understand Your Exposure15
  •   Step 1: Understand Your Exposure13
  •   Checklist: FMCG/Consumer17
  •   Checklist: Helthcare & Life18
  •   Checklist: Chemicals19
  •   Checklist: Industrial Manufacturers20
  •   Checklist: Technology21
  • Step 2: Create a Brexit team22
  •   The Brexit Team: Participants 23
  •   Getting Everyone to Build the Brexit Plan24
  •   Brexit Team: Communicating With HQ25
  • Step 3: Work With Scenarios26
  •   Brexit Scenarios Overview27
  •   Plan With Scenarios28
  •   Recommended Brexit Scenarios29
  • Step 4: Assess Brexit’s Impact on Your Business30
  •   Brexit Exposure by Industry31
  •   Brexit Implications Across Sectors32-33
  •   Besides Risks, Focus on Opportunities34
  •   FMCG/Consumer Goods – Negative Impacts35
  •   FMCG/Consumer Goods – Opportunities36
  •   FMCG/consumer Goods – Actions 37
  •   Helthcare & Life Sciences– Negative Impacts38
  •   Helthcare & Life Sciences– Opportunities39
  •   Helthcare & Life Sciences– Actions40
  •   Chemicals – Negative Impacts41
  •   Chemicals – Opportunities42
  •   Chemicals – Actions43
  •   Industrial Manufacturers – Negative Impacts44
  •   Industrial Manufacturers – Opportunities45
  •   Industrial Manufacturers – Actions46
  •   Technology – Negative Impacts47
  •   Technology – Opportunities48
  •   Technology – Actions49
  • Step 5: Model Demand and Costs Based on Brexit50
  •   Model FutureDemand In Light of Brexit51
  • Step 6: Monitor Regularly52
  •   Monitor Regularly53
  •   Actions to Take54
  •   Sources55
  • Appendix: Brexit Plan Template56
  •   Brexit Plan: Pricing & Business Strategy57
  •   Brexit Plan: Trade Terms58
  •   Brexit Plan: Movement of Goods59
  •   Brexit Plan: Regulation60
  •   Brexit Plan: Supply Chain61
  •   Brexit Plan: Talent62
  •   Brexit Plan: Demand Dynamics63
  • About Frontier Strategy Group64

Sample Pages

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