London (PRWEB UK) 27 July 2016 -- Private Detective London report a bumper month as falling UK exchange rates see relationships with international clients blossom, following Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
While the nay-sayers are still predicting scenes of doom and a potential business ‘Brexitageddon’ following the UK’s vote to relinquish membership of the European Union in June, it seems that in reality prospects are beginning to look a little brighter for British brands with clients overseas. One such firm, independent private investigation company, Private Detective London (PDL), have reported a strong growth in international business in the last month, which they’re attributing to the fall in the UK exchange rate.
The company, which has spent a number of years building its international profile, already had strong relationships with clients both in the EU and further afield, but since the June 23rd referendum, the falling exchange rate has led to an obvious upturn in incoming global contracts.
Tim Boyd, PDL’s Lead Investigation Consultant, comments: ‘We are enjoying a warm reception from a number of clients that we have worked with for some time, many of them embracing the current climate as a golden opportunity to issue contracts and research non-critical problems which have been sitting on the backburner. The fall in the exchange rate is perhaps not the best news for British holiday makers, but for international business it’s proving really very positive!
‘At PDL – and our sister company, Private Detective Manchester – we’ve always worked with an international client base, carrying out background checks, corporate investigation, due diligence, surveillance, and investigating private matters, such as matrimonial affairs, but the upturn in overseas contracts that we’ve experienced during the past month has been unprecedented. While we always strive to deliver a first-rate service, our basic offering hasn’t changed; the only variable that we can think of which may be responsible for this very welcome uplift, is the fall in exchange rates following Brexit.’
Recent events haven’t just influenced PDL’s international clientele however; the falling exchange rate also means that it’s more expensive for British clients to shop for services overseas, necessitating many to look closer to home for their corporate provisions. As a consequence, many UK companies like PDL are experiencing a ‘double whammy’ effect.
‘At PDL we’re always looking to build new relationships with companies and private individuals for their investigative requirements,’ adds Boyd, ‘but we never could have predicted the positive impact that Brexit has had on the business so far.’
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Peter Torley, Inex Generation Ltd, http://privatedetective.london/, +44 2037471865, [email protected]