Brexit Information Webinar Thursday 10th December at 10am

Webinar delivered LIVE via Zoom
Thursday 10th December
1 hour webinar from 10am to 11am

The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 and the current transition period will end on 31 December 2020, whereby the UK will formally exit the EU's customs union and single market. While trade talks continue between the UK and EU to determine the conditions of the future trading relationships, all businesses need to take proactive steps now to prepare for when the UK becomes a third-country and will operate within a new regulatory regime. Numerous changes are expected in the trading relationship between Ireland and the UK such as customs procedures, logistical delays, sanitary and phytosanitary checks, diverging standards/regulations etc. Therefore, goods and services bought from, or sold to, the UK following 1 January 2021, will require additional planning and preparation so as to minimise the impact of disruption to your business.

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Delivered Remotely. A link to join the Webinar will be circulated in advance.

Topics to Be Covered 

  • Brexit – what is the current status?
  • What are the impacts to my business?
  • What can I do now in preparation for the end of the Transition Period?
  • Questions & Answers


In the meantime, please consider what Brexit means to your UK, ROI & NI suppliers and customers. Ask yourself questions such as;

  • Who is managing the customs clearance activities?
  • What impact will supply-chain risks have on your business?
  • What chemicals (under EU REACH Regulation), electrical components (under CE Marking) or personal data (under GDPR) may be disrupted due to the UK’s EU exit?
  • Are there any additional factors such as VAT, currency, qualifications or working visa implications which may negatively impact our operation

NOTE : Kerry LEO will be facilitating Businesses who wish to book one to one consultations on Brexit following the Webinar.