UK founders need to speak up against a hard Brexit

In the past five years, Britain has had a startup renaissance. We’re now the world leaders in several key sectors, like fintech and artificial intelligence. We have the most ‘Unicorn’ status companies of anywhere in Europe. There’s plenty of talent and money to go around, and London is quickly becoming a viable alternative to the costly Bay Area. But this growth may be easily undone. Last June, Britain voted to leave the European Union. The fruition of that vote will occur later this month, when Prime Minister Theresa May invokes Article 50 – the legislation that begins the formal Brexit process.…

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