Brexit – Unravelled

As the UK has now left the EU, the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce and the British Chambers of Commerce are helping businesses to consider how they can plan for the future.

 

To help businesses consider the changes they may have to make, the British Chambers of Commerce have created a special checklist, focused around undertaking a Brexit health check, which BCC says could yield real dividends in future and also a No-Deal Guidance Dashboard. These resources have been created based on research carried out nationwide through Chambers of Commerce in order to help businesses with the planning process.

Delivering the deal negotiated with the EU remains the Government’s top priority. With an implementation period until December 2020, this would give businesses stability, certainty and time to prepare for our new relationship after EU Exit.  However, the Government must plan for every possible outcome including no deal. Without a deal, businesses may need to take action.

The British Chambers of Commerce have compiled three Guides to help businesses understand the changes to Rules of Origin, Tariffs and Custom Declarations in the event of a No-Deal Brexit. The BCC do not want to see a messy exit from the EU, but believe businesses should prepare for all scenarios. The Guides help you learn what these changes are, how they apply to you and what might be different. 

 

BRITISH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

INFORMATION FOR IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS

POST-TRANSITION BREXIT CHECKLIST

BCC’s resource page which is regularly updated with useful content for businesses including FAQs on recent UK Government support measures

Import, export and customs for businesses The UK’s departure from the European Union will bring change for businesses of every size and sector
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DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE

CHAMBER CUSTOMS

TRANSITION PERIOD

Keep updated with all the latest information from the Department of International Trade ChamberCustoms is the new brokerage service run by the Chambers of Commerce. There is now a transition period until the end of 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements.
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Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce wishes to make sure that all of our members and customers are prepared – we are your point of contact for Brexit related queries and we can advise, provide extensive training and supply the correct documentation.

The Trade, Customs and Supply Chain roadshow we ran at the end of 2019 started in Reading and visited Swindon, Banbury and High Wycombe before finishing in Slough, where we caught up with speakers Richard Perriman and Barbara Scott.

For more information and guidance please call us on (01753) 870 560 or email export@tvchamber.co.uk