Falsum was born of a wish to do Consultancy differently. Too much business advisory is slow, analogue and expensive. Falsum is a Trade consultancy that is digital by design. Built to work around, and for, its clients.
Falsum was born of a wish to do Consultancy differently. Too much business advisory is slow, analogue and expensive.
Falsum is a Trade consultancy that is digital by design. Built to work around, and for, its clients.
How Falsum can help
Companies, large & small, are missing out on significant value from their cross-border trade. For example, it’s estimated that a third of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) aren’t used with European companies paying billions of Euros in unnecessary tariffs. There are companies who negatively impact their cash flow by not making use of customs warehouses where you only pay tariffs on the goods that are bought rather than your entire stock. There are also the risky gambles taken by board management who aren’t aware of their customs compliance failings that may lead to huge financial penalties and even criminal charges.
The reason most companies don’t explore Customs & Global Trade is the depth and complexity of trade systems. Often, the regulations are opaque & difficult to implement.At Falsum, navigating trade and customs strategy as well as day-to-day operations is our core business – it doesn’t have to be yours. The first simple step is to talk to us and we can quickly give you an idea of the potential value. Then you’ll know what you’re dealing with and how we might be able to help.
Falsum is led by Sam Ballard-Robinson, a former Big-4 Global Trade & Customs consultant with more than a decade's experience in Public Policy & business consultancy.
Falsum has worked with some of the largest Food Processors and Food & Beverage manufacturers to develop their international trade models. Falsum has advised HMRC, Cabinet Office, the UK Border Delivery Group, Department for International Trade, DEFRA, the Food Standards Agency, amongst others in Central Government. Falsum has also worked extensively with the UN Agencies to facilitate International Trade for Private Sector actors in developing economies.