Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, and the end of the transition period on 31st December 2020, there have been significant changes to the way that businesses trade with the EU.
Businesses have been adapting to the new trading requirements, and many continue to need support with adjusting to and understanding how Brexit-related changes will impact them.
Connect with fellow local businesses through:
Grow your business in new markets through:
We are working hard to keep businesses informed about the latest Brexit developments. This Brexit timeline helps you keep track of the latest announcements and major milestones.
This report from the Chamber highlights how businesses are being impacted by the new trading arrangements with the EU.
This section provides guides on the changes to the right to work checks and the UK’s points-based immigration system. Find out more information on how Brexit impacts your staff, your business’ future recruitment of EU nationals, and the ability to move citizens to and from the UK and the EU for work.
The GBCC offer a wide range of accredited international trade related training courses that can help businesses adapt to and prepare for Brexit and beyond. Topics include: Incoterms 2020, Customs declarations, Import and Export Essentials.
The Chamber has produced a number of online videos to help businesses prepare for the end of the transition period. Topics covered include: trade in goods and services, transferring data and employing EU nationals.