As another deadline approaches and the UK prepares to leave the European Union, CIPS is continuing its research into the effects of Brexit on the procurement community and global supply chains, with the sixth in its series of Brexit surveys.
Procurement and supply chain professionals are an essential connection in managing risk and opportunity for businesses and economies, providing guidance and support to their organisations on these thorny issues. To allow CIPS to continue to accurately reflect the views of the procurement community in the UK, Europe and beyond, we would appreciate two minutes of your time to complete this next short survey.
In the last survey we discovered that UK exporters will foot the bill for Brexit border delays. This time we are asking supply chain managers about their views on payment practices, Brexit customs arrangements as well as general Brexit preparations for Christmas.
The survey will close on 2 September 2019 and we expect to release the findings at the end of September.
At the end of the survey there will be sources of help which you may find useful for your own path to Brexit plus the last report and additional film commentary from Dr John Glen, CIPS Economist and Visiting Fellow at the Cranfield School of Management.
If you have a positive or negative Brexit-related story to tell, please get in touch at email@example.com to share your own experiences and guidance on Brexit planning. If you would like to be entered into a prize draw to win £200 of Amazon vouchers please leave your details at the end of the survey.
Thank you for completing this survey, helping us to share the voice of the procurement community on payment practices, Brexit customs arrangements as well as general Brexit preparations for Christmas. For more information on what you could do to support your business as the UK leaves the EU, please go to the CIPS website where you can download the latest Brexit report and also hear more thoughts from CIPS Economist and Visiting Fellow of the Cranfield School of Management, John Glen.