The EU is the largest marketplace for North East exporters so to help them prepare for Brexit North East England Chamber of Commerce has arranged a week-long series of events.
Brexit Support Week will be on-line and feature hour long panel sessions and workshops on subjectsincluding new regimes for customs, intellectual property and the new standards, regulations and migration rules.
Brussels is the heart of the EU, and with a special working group examining the UK-EU future relationship, the British Chamber of EU & Belgium are in a good position to share on the ground insights and what is next for UK outside of the EU. The key speakers are EU & Belgian Chamber CEO, Dan Dalton, & Senior Lecturer of Economics at Teesside University, Dr. He Zhang, who will share their insightson UK trade.
Jack Simpson, Chamber training and global network adviser said: “While we are still awaiting full answers, there are certain steps business can take to be better prepared for the 1January 2021. Our Brexit Support Week is designed to inform business of just that. It is vital businessesare prepared for departure and aware of the challenges and opportunities ahead with the changes coming with such a major trading partner.”
The sessions also include how to make a success of a global environment, develop strong relationships with supply chains, the future of EU migration and business travel.
Registration is free for all businesses here and can be done via the Chamber website www.neechamber.co.uk/brexit-support-week.