Second to last one! We’re almost done with the homework blogs. Today’s topic: The current economic and political landscape of the world and how that affects the business sector here in good ol’ Germany.
So in case you haven’t heard, the U.K.’s Brexit was successful, which will undoubtedly alter the environment of the European Union, which, as one of the EU’s most economically powerful and politically substantial members, Germany is sure to feel the aftershocks of this decision. Specifically, I think that this will significantly impact the German business sector because now that the U.K. is no longer planning to be a part of the EU’s economic and political alliances, trade and transactions between the United Kingdom and Germany are now sure to be much more complex and difficult than they were before the Brexit.
I am not sure if Derdack would especially suffer from a loss of clients, seeing as software distribution is becoming less and less reliant on physical product interaction, but it would most likely change the way that Derdack would approach potential clients from the UK. After the Brexit happened, the U.K. now has to be considered as separate from the European Union, which means that financial interactions would have to be treated a different way than they would have previously. I predict that the Brexit will, before long, either force the EU to reconsider their policies or the citizens of the U.K. will regret this decision to a great enough extent that the U.K. would return to the EU, tail between its legs. I’m not a professional political analyst, and I certainly can’t say what will happen for certain. All I know is that it is going to be interesting.
Til we meet for the last time under the pretense of education,
Adam “Being a political analyst would be a nightmare” Hayes