The 12-month transition period formally comes to an end at midnight on December 31 and, deal or no deal, the parting of ways will then be official.
It is vital that all businesses identify and understand the impact this will have on your organisation and plan for what changes need to be made. Take a look at the Government website to identify the implications of your business and understand what preparation you need to take.
For local business support, we’re here to help. Access our fully funded support below.
Working with Grant Thornton, we’ve identified five areas business need to consider in order to prepare. Take a look at the guide below. Need further support? Book a one-to-one with a business adviser or watch a webinar talking through the information.
We've run a variety of webinars to help businesses navigate the EU Exit. From talking through key themes to consider with Grant Thornton, to creating a 60 day trade-focused action plan with partner Growth Hubs, these webinar recordings can help you to prepare your business. Catch up now.
If you would like further support to understand the changes that will impact your business, our team of business advisers are on hand. Book a fully funded one-to-one appointment to talk through the key themes above ensure you are prepared for the 1 January 2020.
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