UK residents woke up this morning to the unexpected news that we have voted to leave the European Union, with the Brexit campaign sealing 52 per cent of the 30million+ votes to come out on top.This, along with David Cameron’s resignation, has left the country in a state of flux, but what does it mean for the technology sector in the UK? Various industry professionals have offered their thought and analysis.Ed Molyneux, CEO and co-founder of FreeAgent:“This result is a big blow to the UK’s micro-business sector and I think that a lot of people will be very concerned about what the future will hold. It was clear during the run up to the referendum that the overwhelming majority of micro-business owners and freelancers were in favour of the UK remaining in the EU, and that they did not think a ‘Brexit’ would be beneficial for their own businesses or the economy in general.“The ramifications of leaving the EU are going to be huge – especially for small businesses who sell products and services worldwide, rather than just domestically. And we now look set for a lengthy period of uncertainty while negotiations presumably take place over the terms of the UK’s… Read full this story
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