Voted by a narrow margin, Brexit - the UK's decision to invoke Article 50 and quit the European Union - has left markets scared, the public divided and the country leaderless.
Some analysts and academics have predicted rising food prices, fewer trade opportunities and weakened food safety standards as well as less funding for scientific research.
Others believe it will free the economy from the burden of EU regulation and red tape, giving business more freedom to explore other markets.
But, for Brexiters and Bremainers alike, the prevailing feeling is currently one of uncertainty.
With MEPs and MPs set to battle out the terms of the departure over the course of the year, we want to gauge YOUR views on what you believe are the positives and negatives for your business.
All responses are confidential, although we may include some of your comments in future articles.
To take part in the survey, which will close on 7 July, CLICK HERE.