Helping Businesses Prepare For Brexit
How and when Britain leaves the EU and any future trading relationships have dominated the political landscape for nearly four years. Over this time, businesses have sought clarification and decisions on how to prepare and what Brexit means for them. Since the referendum in 2016, we have worked with partners, businesses, government departments and other agencies to makes sure that local firms have access to the latest information and resources to help them in their preparations for trading in the run up to and a post-Brexit world.
Personalised report for your business
Working with West Midland Combined Authority and West Midlands Chambers, we have developed a checklist which will create a FREE report unique to your business requirements along with a guidance document.
GET READY FOR BREXIT
The Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has a range of information available for businesses and organisations to better understand what they need to do for importing and exporting goods or services, transporting goods by road, exporting animals or animals products.
Black Country International
Access a range of services and information to help your business export and import goods and services across the EU and other international borders.
Europe Direct Information Centre
Providing information for individuals and employers, the Centre provides support across a number of areas including international trade across EU borders, the rights of EU nationals and the rights of foreign workers in the UK and the EU.
Events & Briefings
Connect with other businesses and get the latest updates, commentary and opinions from a range of speakers.
EU Settlement Scheme Guidance
The employer toolkit provided by the Home Office equips employers with the tools and information to support EU citizens and their families to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
British Chambers of Commerce
Visit the British Chambers of Commerce Brexit Hub and access a range of resources including a business checklist and guidance for business in the event of a no deal.
Department for International Trade
Our team of expert Black Country International Trade Advisors provide free advise and support for businesses trading outside the UK.
Tools & Resources
The regions local growth hub has signposted to a range of official resources to help businesses understand Brexit.
Customs, Tariffs and Rules of Origin Information
British Chamber of Commerce’s series of three guides aim to help businesses understand Rules of Origin, Tariffs and Customs Declaration in the event of a No-Deal Brexit. View guides here.