Boevink Group announces Brexit Advisory hub due to trading concerns

Boevink Group announces Brexit Advisory hub due to trading concerns

Following Brexit and the trading concerns it raises for Britain’s start-ups, the Boevink Group has announced that it has opened a Brexit Advisory Hub to offer strategic guidance to entrepreneurs in new media, telecoms and financial services for cross-border revenue development.

“The implications of Brexit have stunned start-ups in particular as they lack the resource and expertise to fully understand and overcome all the new challenges they now face,” says Michael Boevink, CEO of the Boevink Group. “They can now tap into Boevink expertise through the Brexit Advisory Hub for support and commercial upswing.”

The Boevink Group has a proven track record in providing businesses with C-level strategic advice, business development, funding, and marketing roll-out services. Past and present clients include Canon, Novamedia Sweden, Telecoi-IMCI, Lotto, Tele 2 and Wallie, the first prepaid payment card in the Netherlands. Recent start ups to join its expanding client base include RIPTec, Expand Venture and V2Pay.

“Our promise to Britain’s start-ups is to pave the way to success in national and international markets,” adds Boevink. “Never has there been a better time to expand.”