• Find out more in our new three-part online webinar series – “Brexit: One Year On”

    2021-11-29 14:33

    A year on from the deal which defined the terms in which the UK would depart from the EU, the British Chambers of Commerce and ChamberCustoms have continued to campaign for greater clarity on the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU and to provide answers on the practical changes that will affect business.

    Join us in December for “Brexit: One Year On” a three-part online webinar series, reviewing and analysing the last twelve months of the UK establishing a new relationship with the European Union.

    The webinar series includes:

    • Monday 6 December: International Trade Survey Results
    • Thursday 9 December: Brexit, What Brexit?
    • Tuesday 14 December: Full On Brexit

    See further details below and book your place today.

     

    International Trade Survey Results

    Against a backdrop of Brexit and COVID-19 disruption, manufacturers are experiencing huge increases in the cost of labour, energy and raw materials.

    This first session will present the results of our latest International Trade Survey and reveal the impact that the past year has had on trader confidence, investment plans, new markets and getting goods into and out of the UK.

    Register here

     

     

     

    Brexit, What Brexit?

    With the ending of Staged Customs Controls on 31 December, what impact will a fully controlled UK border have on traders.

    For lots of traders, the UK departure from the EU customs union has brought little change. Supplies have continued to arrive at their business, there has been no real increase in paperwork and their EU suppliers seem happy to keep delivering.

    If this is your business, our webinar will cover what records you should have kept but didn’t. What customs entries you should have made but missed. And more importantly, what action you can take now to avoid future fines and penalties?

    Register here

     

     

    Full On Brexit

    Staged Customs Controls end on 31st December, meaning that the free flow of goods that has prevailed since Brexit Day will come to an end on 31 December 2022.

    All EU imports will need to be accounted for with a full customs declaration. There will be new sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) arrangements, new pre-notification deadlines and a new inspection regime. This will apply to all EU exports and imports.

    This webinar will discuss the changes and what practical steps you can take to reduce the possibility that your goods will be delayed at the UK border as well as what economic impact we should expect from the full implementation of the Trade Continuity Agreement.

    Register here

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