Following the election of The Conservative Party to government, the UK will leave the European Union at 11pm on 31st January 2020.
A Withdrawal Agreement is set to be in place which will preserve some of the existing relationship. By the end of 2020, the UK is expected to withdraw entirely from the EU. The nature of this relationship is subject to negotiation.
I’ve spoken to a few clients who are concerned about the post-Brexit future and working with me while I’m based in the UK. To deal with this, I’ve taken steps to ensure part of my business can be available from the EU.
First, I’ve obtained Estonian E-Residency.
Second, I’ve completed the groundwork to create an Estonian based business should the need arise.
Third, I’ve identified all necessary suppliers to maintain compliance with GDPR from within the EU.
Finally, my contacts already permit exchange of data in and out of the EU and place GDPR protections on that data.
Should the need arise, I can create the Estonian business in a few hours and have it operational within a week.
Page updated on 24th January 2020.
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