Brexit: Will it be good for the IT and tech industry? Have your say in our poll

An EU referendum will take place on June 23rd, but would an exit, or ‘Brexit’, be a good or bad thing for the IT/tech industry? Today is your last day to vote in our short poll on the subject.

Expert international courier ParcelHero has warned that the UK will fall outside the planned US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement, by quitting the EU.

Talent Point believes a Brexit would potentially reduce the UK’s IT workforce by 25 per cent, ‘jeopardising our emerging tech sector and making many of our most innovative start-ups untenable as businesses’.

Despite this, many businesses, and even the UK government are divided on what’s best for Britain. While Prime Minister David Cameron and chancellor George Osborne are of the opinion the UK would be better off staying in the EU, the likes of London mayor Boris Johnson, as well as Ian Duncan Smith disagree.

But PCR wants to know what YOU think.

Take our poll and let us know if you think an EU exit would be a good or bad thing for the industry.

Click here to take the anonymous poll and let us know what you think.

The poll will close at midnight on Friday, April 29th and results will be published next week.

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