The UK has left the EU
A trade deal between the EU and the UK has been agreed and there are key actions you can take now to ensure your business and supply chain can adapt to the changing business environment. Although most changes have already happened, there are some changes to border controls (import) that are still to come so it is important for businesses to remain prepared.
Scottish Enterprise have dedicated a section of their website to helping businesses across Scotland adapt to the new operating environment following our exit from the EU.
Areas covered include:
- changes from January 2022
- exporting goods to the EU
- importing goods from the EU
- trade with Northern Ireland
- trade with third countries
- sector specific advice
- financial management – changing costs and risks
- data, intellectual property and legal contracts – compliance
- Employing EU citizens in the UK after Brexit
- A Brexit helpline directory – to help you find someone to speak to about trade, sector or market issues
Business Gateway offers free, expert, local assistance and advice.
The Federation of Small Businesses has set up a trade advisory hub to gather resources, expert guidance and exclusive offers, in one place, to help your small business operate in global markets.
The Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce EU Trade Hub provides essential help and guidance for businesses, including key steps that businesses should take to prepare for EU trading.
The information provided above was accurate at the time of publication.
Burness Paull Solicitors published a series of webinars to support businesses with Brexit. Each webinar lasts approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.