Leaving the EU – Business Preparation and Actions

Watch this video tutorial to find out what actions and plans your business can put in place now in order to prepare for the UK leaving the EU at the end of 2020. With advice and signposting to the support available to help you. Recorded on December 15th 2020.

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Leaving the EU

Leaving the EU – Business Preparation and Actions

In this video tutorial we will cover what your business needs to take action on now in preparation for the UK leaving the EU. Including:

  • Moving goods between the UK and the EU: importing, exporting
  • Understanding tariffs and customs procedures VAT and fiscal representation
  • Supply Chain implications
  • Trading with Northern Ireland
  • Ecommerce directive post Brexit
  • Protecting Intellectual Property
  • Data flow post Brexit
  • Reviewing contracts for the post Brexit era
  • HR issues arising from Brexit including employing EU citizens
  • Post Brexit business travel.
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