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CIPS Brexit survey January 2021

CIPS Brexit survey for procurement and supply chain managers January 2021

The United Kingdom has now left the European Union and CIPS is continuing its research into the effects Brexit is having on businesses in the UK and the EU in 2021.

Procurement and supply chain professionals are an essential link in managing risk and opportunity for businesses and economies, and in guiding their organisations along this complex path. So CIPS can continue to accurately reflect the views of the procurement community in the UK, and Europe, we would appreciate two minutes of your time to complete this short survey and leave your name and address at the end of the survey for a chance to be entered into a prize draw to win £100 of Amazon vouchers.

If you have a Brexit-related story to tell or would like to be featured in Supply Management magazine, please contact press@cips.org

The survey will be open for two weeks and the results will be available on the CIPS website.
 
1. Are you a supply chain or procurement manager located: *This question is required.
2. Has your organisation imported or exported any goods through the UK/EU border since January 1st 2021?  *This question is required.
2. Has there been a delay in the time it takes for your goods to get into the UK through the UK/EU border since 1 January 2021? *This question is required.
2. Has there been a delay in the time it takes your goods to get into the EU through the UK/EU border since 1 January 2021? *This question is required.
2. If you have seen delays at the UK/EU border since January 1st, what do you think is causing the delays? *This question is required.
2. If you haven't experienced any delays at the UK/EU border since January 1st, why do you think this is?  *This question is required.
2. What do you think would be the impact on your supply chain should the current situation at the UK/EU border continue? *This question is required.
2. What do you think would be the impact on your supply chain should the current situation at the UK/EU border continue? *This question is required.
Thank you but we are only looking for respondents in the UK or EU and in procurement and supply management
Thank you but we are only looking for respondents working in procurement and supply management