There is not a business in the region which won't feel the impact of Brexit in one way or another.
Quite simply, our exit from the EU after more than 40 years of an increasingly-complex trading relationship, signals one of the biggest changes in this country's commercial history.
But are you prepared for what Brexit will mean for your business?
Have you thought through some of the implications of what might happen after March 29 in terms of imports and exports, your supply chain, employment law, trade tariffs, health and safety, EU workers, labelling regulations, the use of chemicals, foreign investment, transport links and so on?
Even though the political process towards Brexit has been difficult, there is still plenty of advice out there for businesses to get themselves as ready as possible for the big day.
We've pulled all the latest guidance from a variety of sources together in one place to make things easy for you - and we're updating it on a regular basis so you don't miss out on anything.
The latest update is aimed at food and agriculture companies importing and exporting to and from Europe - particularly relevant in our rural area.
But there's information you'll find vital whatever your size or sector.
The latest advice released is on a short film specifically for the food and farming sectors, see below, but you can view full range of advice here on our Brexit page.
We'd also appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete our Brexit survey, so we can better inform the Government about what effect, if any, the the process is having on our businesses and how they are preparing for Brexit.