On 31 December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended. A new Trade Co-operation Agreement governing future trading relations between the UK and the EU came into law on 1 January 2021.

There will be no tariffs or quotas on the movement between the UK and the EU. Your business should make changes to ensure the flow of people, data, goods and services continue as the UK is no longer in the Single Market or Customs Union.

Details and guidance on this can be found in the links below. Members of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce will be able to access news, updates, analysis and support to help them understand what these changes mean for their business.

Contact or call 0330 024 0820 for more details.

Regional Brexit Business Support

Working with West Midland Combined Authority and Chambers of Commerce across the region, we are offering a new Brexit support programme for businesses which includes fully-funded training courses, one-to-one support, free webinars, digital resources and much more.

Chamber Events & Webinars

The Chamber connects businesses with key influencers like politicians and business leaders from across the country. Join one of our events and we can help lobby important business issues on your behalf whilst you connect and learn.

Black Country International

The Chamber's Black Country International service, made up International Trade Advisors from the Department of International Trade and Export Documentation specialists can help businesses with export documentation, developing a business strategy, accessing trade events, training, advice and much more.


Read the latest Government guidance about the new Trade Co-operation Agreement, which came into law on 1 January 2021.

What Your Business Needs to Know

Learn more about what the new Trade and Co-operation Agreement means for your business.

British Chambers' Trade Hub

As the UK establishes a new relationship with the European Union, the BCC continues to campaign for greater clarity for the Chamber network, on the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU. Their UK-EU trade hub contain news updates, research & analysis and more.