‘Brexit’ - a word we’ve all been unable to escape over the last few years. Now, more than 1,000 days on, and the UK is still a member of the EU, with MPs seemingly unable to agree on the best course of action. Deals and amendments have been rejected and new deadlines set as parliament voted in favour of an Article 50 extension. Whether we leave the EU with a deal or not - or whether we leave at all - remains to be seen, but one thing everyone can agree upon is that progress has been slow and the process chaotic.
Despite feeling like there’s nothing else going on in the news at times, the British public have continued to go about their day-to-day lives, and while Brexit has led to some businesses being reluctant to invest, others have thrown caution to the wind and have been able to thrive at a time of uncertainty. To show that it’s not all doom and gloom, business intelligence specialist Creditsafe has looked into some of the companies that were set up around the time of the referendum and have made vast improvements and progress over the last 1,000 days. Here are five to inspire.