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Brexit and consulting

 
#1 Brexit and consulting
22/02/2016 12:00

Rollercoaster

So the referendum and the potential outcomes - What is the forum's view on it?

I am in the tedium of an OJEU procurement process right now and wonder whether a Brexit will enable faster UK goverment procurement.

- Consulting opportunity to define the new UK government process?

- or cash cow loss of the body-shopped managers managing those multi-year big gov procurement projects?

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#2 RE: Brexit and consulting
22/02/2016 12:29

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Rollercoaster (#1)

I expect the masses will vote for the status quo (sadly) so I expect we'll just plod along as we always have done

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#3 RE: Brexit and consulting
22/02/2016 22:51

Mr Cool to Rollercoaster (#1)

All regulatory change is good for creating masses of lucrative but incredibly dull work for consultants. I expect this would be no different.

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