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At 11pm on December 31 2020 the formal 11 month ‘transition period’ ended. In many ways, this is only now that the practical effects of leaving the EU will be felt by businesses and consumers.
The Chamber network is primarily focused on assessing the practicalities of the UK's exit from the EU for business communities across the UK and helping them to prepare.
Here you will find the latest advice and notifications to ensure your business can continue to trade internationally.
Three e-guides on Rules of Origin, Customs Declarations and Tariffs have been written by experts for the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). These E-Guides provide an overview in each area, and are linked to up-to-date information on the BCC Brexit Hub of changes in the event of a No-Deal Brexit.
The British Chambers of Commerce and the accredited Chamber Network continue to work to avoid a messy and disorderly exit from the European Union.
Find out what grants you can apply for to get funding for training and IT improvements if your business completes customs declarations.
The UK Government has launched a hub for the Brexit transition period with dedicated sections for businesses, individuals, UK nationals in the EU and EU nationals in the UK.
A summary of some of the key actions your business must take now that the UK is no longer in the single market or customs union.
Scottish Enterprise also provide guidance and assessment tools to help your business prepare for Brexit.
The Chamber is helping and supporting businesses across the North-east during the Brexit transition period.
The British Chambers of Commerce checklist has been created to help you consider the changes that Brexit may bring to your organisation, and to help business planning at both operational and board levels.
Following the publication of UK government contingency planning, and as negotiations continue, the British Chambers of Commerce has created a Risk Register.
Businesses do not want a messy and disorderly exit, but with a ‘no-deal’ scenario still possible, firms need clear and precise answers to the many questions this would pose for their business.
Following the publication of the Withdrawal Agreement, the BCC has put together a FAQ on the agreement and the likely next steps in the process.