Business Wales Brexit Portal: Access your business readiness for Brexit

How prepared is your business?

This tool will take you through six key business areas:

  1. Business Strategy and Operations
  2. Innovation and data
  3. Sales and Marketing
  4. Export, Import and Transport
  5. People
  6. Finance

There are only four questions in each area to assess your business’ readiness for Brexit, the information is updated regularly to give you the ever changing picture.

You will receive a report of your assessment with further support and guidance available to you.

 Brexit Resilience Fund by Welsh Government

The Welsh Government has formally launched a £1million Brexit Resilience Fund which is available to Welsh businesses, to help them adapt to the changes in a post-Brexit Welsh economy.

Business Wales is offering eligible businesses the opportunity to apply for funding of between £10,000 and £100,000 to develop capacity, retain competitiveness and help safeguard jobs.  

To apply, businesses must:

  • be registered to trade in Wales.
  • register with Business Wales and complete the Brexit Toolkit on application
  • be able to demonstrate that the funding will contribute to safeguarding jobs
  • have been trading for 12 months or more on the day of application

For further information and to apply please call 03000 6 03000 where you will be put in touch with an adviser to complete the application process.

The Business Wales Brexit Resilience Fund is open to applications until 31st March 2020, funds permitting.

 No-deal Brexit advice published for businesses

The Department for Exiting the European Union has published guidance for businesses explaining what their legal obligations are in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The guidance covers topics including EU funding, exporting, transport, business regulations, consumer rights and workplace rights.

Read more about the guidance at:

Posted on: Monday 4th March 2019