After Brexit: Dave Birchall UK Entrepreneur Urges ALL Business Owners to Make Sure They Stand Out from The Crowd

On the Up Side – The chances are that there might not be much of a downturn (if any at all) – remember no one knows what will happen – this has never been done before.

But of course bankers and stock brokers don’t like to bet on “Perhaps Scenarios”

Britain traded with the rest of the world including Europe before it joined them as a member state, and it will trade with the rest of the world and the EU again.  Already, none EU countries are making representations for discussions over trade agreements including Australia, China and India. I would also expect many of the Commonwealth Members to step up and want to negotiate with the UK as things move forward.

As of going to press, a couple of countries have offered top Trade Negotiators to help the UK and its future outside the EU is slowly beginning to look very positive; even Theresa May the new Prime Minister is now stating she is upbeat about the future outside the EU, having been a “closet” remain voter previously.

Brexit does not just impact on UK companies that export.

Even if you don’t export, your business will have to raise its profile and here’s Why.

Even in the short term, potential customers may be more circumspect about who they deal with and they will want to feel assured that they are interacting with quality suppliers while all the disruption is going on. 

If businesses are serious about growing their markets and profits, then they have to respond by announcing and proving they are really good at what they do and have the marketing wherewithal to do that.

Business owners/key personnel must present themselves as the Experts, Specialists and Leaders/Authorities in their respective fields of operations. 

The Key here is to be seen by Search Engines as being more important than the other competition in the search returns.

Search Engines like Google assess your value and importance by seeing what you post around the web, the stuff you put out there and the quality of it; but above all on the way other people relate to you, quote you and endorse your services or products directly or indirectly. 

It is these aspects of life on the web that smaller firms must address quickly and effectively if they are to compete.

In today’s wired world it is so important that Business are seen and recognized as leaders if they are to gain an advantage over the competition.  And this applies whether they are ‘business to business’ or ‘business to consumer’.

My Advice whether you are in the UK – Or Not – is –

“Be positive and make sure your business is able to – Stand Out from The Crowd!”

David Birchall

Dave Birchall is an Amazon best-selling author, a former Soldier and Police Officer and he has worked with the European Union, University of Salford, University of Central Lancashire and Manchester Metropolitan University as well as many other Non-Governmental Agencies where he designed and delivered Business Development Programmes focusing on Growth and New Product Development where he helped a number of businesses win up to 1 Million Euro of project funding to develop new products under the EU’s Framework Programs.

He was on the Strategic Board of the Cumbria Digital Development Agency in the UK and more recently was a member of the Interim Board and working group that put together the Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership where he represented the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Recognized expert speaker in Influencer and, Authority Marketing, Personal and Corporate Branding and is a contributing writer to “Business Innovators Magazine” and a Host on “Business Innovators Radio”.

Dave has represented the Federation of Small Businesses on many occasions in sessions with Government Ministers, Local Government, Further Education and Higher Education. He has represented and appeared for the FSB at Government Select Committee Hearings and with the former Regional Development Agencies.