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The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) has announced that it has launched a Brexit Preparedness Tracker survey, designed to measure the level of preparedness of organizations as the date set for the UK to leave the European Union approaches.

The BCI says that the tracker is intended to provide both a barometer of companies' sentiment towards the various Brexit options as the 29th March 2019 leave date comes closer, but also to give a rounded view of business preparedness.

From the results, the BCI research team will be able to build a picture of how prepared global businesses are, as well as providing respondents with the ability to benchmark themselves against their peers.

As Brexit will have a global impact, the BCI welcomes entries from organizations based all over the world.

The Brexit Preparedness Tracker survey will be running every month in the run up to Brexit to help gauge how sentiment is changing. The results of this initial survey will be launched at BCI World 2018 in November, in London.

The initial survey can be accessed at

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