UK scheduled to leave the EU on 29 March 2019.
The UK decision to exit the EU will have direct and profound impact on businesses across the island. Whilst there is a lot that’s not known yet, there is still plenty that businesses can be doing to identify their areas of risk and opportunity post Brexit.
Planning can begin with basic questions around the freedom of movement of goods, services, people and how that impacts a business. What might the impact be if tariffs or non-tariff barriers are introduced? What is the potential tariff that could be levied on my products? Do I know what rules of origin certificates are and what they cost?
We are supporting firms to start to prepare for Brexit by encouraging them to contact our Brexit team as a starting point. This team can provide information and advice, details of upcoming events and also direct you to the supports and funding available.
For those concerned about tariffs, our team can guide and advise you through possible World Trade Organisation tariffs that may apply to your business.
Our online planning guide for Brexit will help you address any questions or concerns you have in relation to the impact that Freedom of Movement may have in relation to Goods, Services, People and Money for your business by providing you with information and further links for support.
For a different perspective – check out our case study videos to hear what other local companies have to say about Brexit.
InterTradeIreland is a one-stop-shop for help, support and events on Brexit, as we work across so many areas – from policy and strategy to sales and marketing in the cross-border arena, we are in a unique position to provide information and guidance.
To help you start to prepare for Brexit, we are offering 100% financial support up to £2,000/€2,250 (inclusive of VAT) towards professional advice in relation to Brexit matters. This support can help your business get advice on specific issues such as movement of labour, goods, services and currency management.
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InterTradeIreland houses a team dedicated to help your SME prepare for Brexit.
Mark Sterritt will handle your enquiry. You can get in touch directly by email email@example.com or by using the form below.