Post-Brexit Britain 'may lose out', warn international bosses

Post-Brexit Britain 'may lose out', warn international bosses

The UK operations of many publishing houses with premises in numerous countries risk finding themselves sidelined in favour of other locations if a “hard Brexit” introduces restrictions on free movement of people, or if currency issues continue, some c.e.o.s have told The Bookseller.

Interviewed during last week’s Frankfurt Book Fair (19th–21st October), Cengage Learning c.e.o. Michael Hansen confirmed his company would consider moving its European headquarters from Andover, Hampshire, should a “hard Brexit” strategy be adopted. “Our concern on the Brexit side, which many businesses in the...

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