Attached is an article about the possible cash flow implications of a slow down in trade in light of Brexit.
The article looks at sources of funding but more interestingly it talks about the need to plan and be flexible and adaptable to the a dynamic market place.
It appears to me that it is prudent for businesses to forecast for the likely scenarios for their market in light of Brexit . With well thought through plans businesses will be able react and adapt to the changing market conditions in the knowledge that their plans have been costed and are affordable. Businesses that can be flexible and fleet of foot will be well placed to survive and flourish.
But there is a hierarchy of tasks to be completed as smaller firms look to shore up their flanks. The manufacturers need to undertake a financial risk assessment tied to a number of hypothetical Brexit scenarios to gauge sensitivity (and, ostensibly, to cover bases that might otherwise be overlooked should they come to fruition).