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Why Germany is the Perfect Place to Secure Your Business Against Brexit

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Why Germany is the Perfect Place to Secure Your Business Against Brexit

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Brexit is finally here, after two years of negotiations, and will possibly go into effect in April 2019. If you live in the UK and are considering the implications and economic disasters that will unfurl once England severs ties with the European Union, it might be time to move your business into a more stable socioeconomic climate.

Germany makes the case, as the most lucrative country within the EU, for being a business friendly and stable entity that is committed to research, innovation, and science today. Itís the perfect place to start a business, or expand an existing one, and hereís why:

1. Welcoming and Open Minded:

Germany is a melting pot today, welcoming of all cultures, peoples, and ideas. No business concept is too foreign in Germany, as people from around the world work together to collaborate on ideas.

2. Tools and Resources:

Germany is set up for business and has been for years. You will find institutions, regulations, patented laws, and other resources that make it easy for you to legally run a business out of the country in no-time.

3. Diversity:

More than 10 million people from around the world call Germany home. This co-existence of cultures has created newfound international arts, culture, and inventions that make it a vibrant business community if youíre looking to expand your client base.

Donít let Brexit control the future success of your company. Starting a business in Germany is simple and painless Ė and probably a wise idea after April 2019.

BASCH Consult

Berlin, Germany

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