Brexit continues to impact businesses across the region in a multitude of ways, from raising fresh questions about labour mobility to concerns about complying with new customs requirements. As such, the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce is delivering four Brexit events over the next six months to help inform, advise and engage local businesses on these developments.
Hosted by Browne Jacobson, our People clinic focused on providing delegates with expert legal advice and support on all Brexit-related people and mobility issues. The event also included an exclusive presentation from the Home Office on the future of the UK’s immigration system.
Hosted by RSM, this event gave delegates the latest updates on regulatory divergence, including expert insight on the latest UKCA markings delay and what this might mean for local businesses.
Since the end of the transition period, the future of trading with Europe has changed. Attend The Future of Trading with Europe, hosted by Pinsent Masons, to find out what is on the horizon for businesses when trading with Europe.
Brexit has raised a number of urgent questions relating to Northern Ireland, with disagreement over the operation and future of the Northern Ireland Protocol persisting. Attend Northern Ireland, hosted by Mills and Reeve, to find out more about the latest developments and how these might affect trade with Northern Ireland.