Tue 13 Oct 2020
Brexit: Import and Export Webinar, 21st October 2020
The clock is ticking to the end of the EU transition period and a new chapter in the UK's international development. If your business wishes to import and export after 31st December 2020, you will need to adapt your processes to avoid delays and disruption.
The Brexit4Business Import and Export webinar, taking place on 21st October, will help you to prepare for upcoming changes to trade. During the two hour session, you will be led through the processes you need to implement to import and export both with the EU and the rest of the world. You will also learn how you may be impacted by the new UK-EU relationship and any global trade deals the UK is able to make.
By attending this webinar, you will gain knowledge on many key topics, including:
Trade documentation and what is required
Changes to border checks
Protecting yourself with export finance and insurance
Export licences for your products
Export declarations and appointing customs officials
Import strategy and supply chain impact
Trade tariffs and duties, including the UK Global Tariff
How to create your business action plan
You will also have the opportunity to have your own questions regarding trade and leaving the EU answered.
The webinar is FREE to attend, though we do ask you to register for your space by clicking the button below.
Following the session, you will also have the chance to sign up for FREE one-to-one advisory sessions with one of the Brexit4Business experts, who will offer further guidance and help you to tailor your preparations for your business unique requirements.
Click here to register
If you have a question about upcoming changes and the impact on your business, or would like to find out more about a Brexit4Business event, please complete the form here and an advisor will get in touch with you promptly.
Brexit4Business is dedicated to providing guidance to local companies, so that they can get their businesses and staff Brexit-ready.
This service is fully funded by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority and The Business Board.